Dawn Rider

Synopsis: After his father is killed, John Mason is willing to turn the world inside out to find the man responsible. What he doesn't know is the killer might be in his own house.
Genre: Western
Director(s): Terry Miles
Production: Nasser Group Inc.
  1 win.
 
IMDB:
4.8
R
Year:
2012
94 min
117 Views


Ah!

Careful.

I did not tell you

to use your weapons.

I was to get a $500 bonus

for bringing him in alive.

And now

you've killed him.

The bed.

Look under there.

He blew the tunnel.

It's blocked with rocks.

Son of a b*tch!

We have no idea

which way he's headed.

Well, the man

can't run forever.

We'll go west.

I wouldn't do that

if I were you.

What the f*** is this?

What?

You got

some kind of problem

with the mail service?

This is the third

goddamn time.

We lost two men

and there's no

f***ing money!

Three kings.

BEN:
Hmm.

Handle first.

And the other one.

Nice and slow.

Gentlemen!

Shall we bring this

to the magistrate?

Absolutely.

No way!

The cattleman is cheating.

I have three aces!

I'm sure you do.

If I were cheating,

wouldn't I win?

Well, you can't always

cheat luck.

If you look under the table,

you'll find two cards

on the floor.

You better run.

No, I think

I'll just shoot.

JOHN:
You shoot,

they'll lock you up.

They'll call

the marshal.

It might take a week.

Well, that's

a f***in' ordeal.

Yeah. That is

a f***in' ordeal.

CATTLE JACK:

If I'm not mistaken,

that gentleman fixin'

to end our days?

That's Cincinnati

John Mason.

I ain't never been

to Cincinnati.

I don't think I have

to tell you boys.

You both are gonna

wanna leave town.

Three f***in' aces.

That's far enough.

Hey, it's Mr. Three Aces!

Hey.

Hey.

You're more than

welcome to join me.

Thank you.

I, uh...

BEN:
And they

just attacked you

with no provoking?

It was time

to get up anyway.

Well, still.

So where you headed?

East.

Everything

is east of here.

Promise.

Promise, Wyoming?

You've been there?

I been there.

My name is McClure.

Ben McClure.

John Mason.

Cincinnati John Mason?

I ain't never been

to Cincinnati.

I work for the Express

in Promise

with a fellow by the name

of Dad Mason.

Is he any relation?

Some.

Holy sh*t.

Dad Mason's son is

Cincinnati John Mason.

I'm gonna show you

something here.

Well, that's nice.

Yeah, that's, uh...

Well, that's real nice.

That's for my girl.

Well, you know,

hopefully.

Yeah?

Yeah.

It ain't a proper

engagement ring or nothin',

but it's all I can afford.

You know, that cost me

over a month's pay.

Mmm.

It's got

a half-moon on it

'cause that's on account

of her middle name is Luna.

Mmm.

So you going to Promise

to visit your father?

I wasn't planning on it, no.

Well, I'm sure

he'd be happy to see you.

You think so?

I'd wager.

I would take that bet.

Well, a man's

got to be happy

to see his own son.

Yeah.

DAD MASON:
I told you

I'd shoot you on sight.

You're lookin'

right at me.

Yeah.

Well, my eyes ain't

what they used to be.

Oh!

I hate it

when you talk Mexican!

Spanish.

Whatever.

Supper's at 6:
00.

Bring some whiskey.

I'll be right back.

Whoa!

Hey, you all finished

with birthdays?

John Mason?

Alice Gordon?

You're all, uh...

You're all done growin'.

Yeah, well, you too.

So, what brings you back?

Is it true that you shot

that Pinkerton Agent,

Big Earl Smith?

How long are you stayin'?

Do you need a place?

'Cause you can stay

with me and Rudd.

I've got... I made

some delicious stew

on the stove.

It's delicious.

I, really... I put...

I'm not sure

which question

to answer first.

John Mason!

$300! No questions asked!

Okay, okay.

What I wanna know...

Is it true you shot

those horse thieves

before they even had

a chance to draw?

I told you.

I ain't never been

to Cincinnati.

I warned you!

I don't like Mexican!

Sorry to interrupt

your supper.

Charlie got himself

arrested again

and Jessie's still up

in Denver.

Express is fixin' to leave

tomorrow without an escort.

Just thought

you should know.

All right.

Where's that bottle?

Coffee's on the stove.

You comin'?

I make it a habit

not to get involved

in government affairs.

What is it?

CURLY:
Railway workers' pay

is comin' up this month.

It'll mean

some good money.

We don't rob

the Express.

We might make

an exception.

All right, I'll be

with you in a minute.

Unless you got

a problem with that?

I'm hoping you gentlemen

might put down those weapons

and make me rich.

We're deliverin'

the mail.

You don't mind

if we take a look?

There's nothing

valuable here.

Well, you'll forgive me

if I don't take your

word for it, won't you?

Don't do it!

Sh*t!

Son of a b*tch!

Let's get out of here.

F***!

Hey.

Dad!

Dad! Dad!

Dad!

DAD MASON:
Ben?

Yeah, he's...

He's okay.

What?

What?

What?

No, no Spanish, Dad.

Come on, no Spanish.

Not Spanish! English!

Oh, sh*t.

Oh, Dad!

Let's see

what we got, boys!

A good man is dead!

Do you remember

when we got these?

I saw an opportunity.

Different kind of outlaw.

Yeah.

Pick it up.

You'll draw?

I'll draw.

Hardly seems fair.

Anytime.

You don't have to do this.

We plan everything

in great f***in' detail.

No unnecessary violence.

Any questions?

Hell, what are we

gonna do with him?

Feed him to the pigs.

Whose?

What?

Well, almost all of us here

got hogs and no offense,

but he'd make some

good eatin' for 'em.

We'll figure it.

Well, that'd be great.

Slow down now.

They did you

a good one there.

It's just a scratch.

Real sorry about Dad.

Me, too.

Maybe they did get me

pretty good.

John Mason.

Rudd Gordon.

I'm really sorry

to hear about Dad.

Thanks.

Not half as sorry as

those masked a**holes

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