The Sundowners Reviews
(1950) The Sundowners
Two brothers bickering over cattle and horses whereas one is ethical (Robert Cummings) and the other one is immoral. The bad brother is soon idolized by the good brother's only son creating more havoc amongst the family once he starts shooting people at random. This movie drags with uninteresting characters.
2 out of 4
Robert Preston is a great and unpredictable villain. He brings a unique character to play in what could be a rather bland production. The show keeps a high level of action as the plot twists and unfolds into a movie I enjoyed. As a bonus, it carried me back into childhood memories of the old west, cattle herding, rustling and adventure. The scenery is quite well filmed and varied for the time period, also. It fits well with the overall story.