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From the studio that brought you Pearl Harbor...Academy Awards® winners Billy Bob Thornton, Dennis Quaid and Jason Patric team up for the acclaimed action epic about one of the most important events in American History! It's the heroic tale of the 200 brave men who made the ultimate sacrifice in the name of freedom defending a small Texas fort for 13 days against an entire army! Commanded by three men - Lt. Col. William Travis (Patrick Wilson), James Bowie (Patric) and David Crockett (Thornton)- their against-all-odds courage at the Alamo would forever live on as a rallying cry for liberty and independence!
Dennis Quaid, Billy Thornton, Jason Patric, Patrick Wilson, Jordi Mollá, Emilio Echevarría, Marc Blucas, Leon Rippy, Matt O'Leary, Edwin Hodge, W. Brown, Castulo Guerra, Tom Everett, Afemo Omilami, Tom Davidson, Robert Prentiss, Kevin Page, Joe Stevens, Stephen Bruton, Laura Clifton, Ricardo Chavira, Steven Prince, Craig Erickson, Nick Kokich, Richard Nance, Jett Garner, Estephania LeBaron, Emily Deschanel, Blue Deckert, Turk Pipkin, Brandon Smith, Tommy Kendrick, Rance Howard, Stewart Finlay-McLennan, John Davies, Kit Gwin, Francisco Philbert, Mauricio Zatarain, Flavio Hinojosa, Hugo Pérez, Jesus Mayorga, Hector Garcia, Roland Uribe, Ruben Rojas, Lanell Pena, Michael Crabtree, Anna Reyes, Sonia Montoya, Elena Hurst, Lynn Mathis, Charles Sanders, Rutherford Cravens, Dameon Clarke, Tim Mateer, Nathan Price, Don Castillo, Lonnie Rodriguez, Julio Cedillo, Buck Taylor, Oscar Silva, Marc Menchaca, Safia Gray, Eric Montoya, Michael Clossin, Robert Bassetti, Nathan Walker
© 2004 Touchstone Pictures
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Too conventional and uninvolving to be memorable.
June 22, 2017
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Common Sense Says
Doesn't work despite Thornton's top performance.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this movie has intense battle violence with many deaths. Everyone in the Alamo is killed (made clear at the very beginning of the movie). Characters drink and smoke and use some strong language, including insults like "catamite" that might be unfamiliar to today's audiences. There is a sexual situation with a hint of coercion. A character refuses to free his slave, saying, "You're my property until I die."
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The parents’ guide to what’s in this movie.
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- Genre:Action, Drama
- Release Date:April 9, 2004
- Languages:English, Spanish
- Captions:English, Spanish
- Audio Format:5.1
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