The Hateful Eight (2015)

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TitleThe Hateful Eight
Year2015
CountryUSA
GenreWestern (Movies)
Run Time2h 47 min
Director

In 1877, bounty hunter and Civil War veteran Major Marquis Warren is heading to Red Rock, Wyoming with three bounty corpses. His horse gives out and, faced with an incoming blizzard, Warren hitches a ride on a stagecoach driven by O.B. The other passengers are bounty hunter John Ruth, handcuffed to fugitive Daisy Domergue, who he is taking to Red Rock to be hanged. Despite his suspicions of Warren, Ruth is swayed by Warren’s personal letter from Abraham Lincoln. They come across Lost-Causer Chris Mannix, who identifies himself as Red Rock’s new sheriff. Confident that a racist former Confederate militiaman such as Mannix and an African-American Union veteran such as Warren would never conspire to take his bounty, Ruth strikes a mutual protection deal with Warren and allows Mannix aboard. During the trip, Ruth learns from Mannix, Domergue and Warren about the hefty Confederate bounty placed on Warren for breaking out of and setting fire to a prisoner-of-war camp in West Virginia.

The travellers seek refuge from the blizzard at Minnie’s Haberdashery lodge. Greeting them is Bob, a Mexican who says Minnie is away and left him in charge. Other lodgers are Red Rock’s hangman, Oswaldo Mobray; cowboy Joe Gage; and Confederate general Sanford Smithers, traveling to erect a cenotaph for his disappeared son. Suspicious, Ruth disarms all but Warren. Mannix surmises, and Warren concedes, that the Lincoln letter is false. Warren responds to Ruth’s disappointment by saying his forged letter buys him leeway with whites. Warren leaves a gun next to Smithers and provokes him by claiming that years earlier he had ambushed, raped and murdered Smithers’ son, who had come to Wyoming to claim the Confederate bounty on Warren. When Smithers reaches for the gun, Warren shoots him dead in revenge for executing black prisoners of war at the battle of Baton Rouge.

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Cast:

Samuel L. Jackson Samuel L. Jackson
Major Marquis Warren
Kurt Russell Kurt Russell
John Ruth
Jennifer Jason Leigh Jennifer Jason Leigh
Daisy Domergue
Walton Goggins Walton Goggins
Sheriff Chris Mannix
Tim Roth Tim Roth
Oswaldo Mobray
Bruce Dern Bruce Dern
General Sandy Smithers

In 1877, bounty hunter and Civil War veteran Major Marquis Warren is heading to Red Rock, Wyoming with three bounty corpses. His horse gives out and, faced with an incoming blizzard, Warren hitches a ride on a stagecoach driven by O.B. The other passengers are bounty hunter John Ruth, handcuffed to fugitive Daisy Domergue, who he is taking to Red Rock to be hanged. Despite his suspicions of Warren, Ruth is swayed by Warren’s personal letter from Abraham Lincoln. They come across Lost-Causer Chris Mannix, who identifies himself as Red Rock’s new sheriff. Confident that a racist former Confederate militiaman such as Mannix and an African-American Union veteran such as Warren would never conspire to take his bounty, Ruth strikes a mutual protection deal with Warren and allows Mannix aboard. During the trip, Ruth learns from Mannix, Domergue and Warren about the hefty Confederate bounty placed on Warren for breaking out of and setting fire to a prisoner-of-war camp in West Virginia.

The travellers seek refuge from the blizzard at Minnie’s Haberdashery lodge. Greeting them is Bob, a Mexican who says Minnie is away and left him in charge. Other lodgers are Red Rock’s hangman, Oswaldo Mobray; cowboy Joe Gage; and Confederate general Sanford Smithers, traveling to erect a cenotaph for his disappeared son. Suspicious, Ruth disarms all but Warren. Mannix surmises, and Warren concedes, that the Lincoln letter is false. Warren responds to Ruth’s disappointment by saying his forged letter buys him leeway with whites. Warren leaves a gun next to Smithers and provokes him by claiming that years earlier he had ambushed, raped and murdered Smithers’ son, who had come to Wyoming to claim the Confederate bounty on Warren. When Smithers reaches for the gun, Warren shoots him dead in revenge for executing black prisoners of war at the battle of Baton Rouge.

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