"The Assassination of Jesse James" Robbery Scene

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"The Assassination of Jesse James" Robbery Scene

Beautiful cinematography by Roger Deakins. The Assassination of Jesse James by Coward Robert Ford by Andrew Dominik, rights belong to Warner Bros Pictures Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976. It's for educational purposes.

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Mutron Angel 13 days ago
Just a bunch of white privileged males up to no good
Dog Watch 1 month ago
Mine name is Jesse James 🙀🙀🙀🙀🙀
{TurboYellow} 2 months ago
Renner Singing I’m a good ol’ rebel is just pure talent
British Canadian 3 months ago
One of my all-time favorite films
GTA Network 4 months ago
Red Dead Redemption 2 hype everyone!!!😍
Phillip Monroe 5 months ago
I cannot think of a better example of when film constitutes art. This scene is as fine as any painted masterpiece.
Ghostdialoog 5 months ago
Camerawork 10/10 would use the person again.
JOEうずまきナルト 5 months ago
Red dead redemption
Bryan Partington 6 months ago
It is beautiful , then when the robbery begins, you realise what scumbags they were. The people on the train were poorer than them.
Brian williams 6 months ago
FuckN love this film.fuck Daniel day Lewis.brad pitt shulda won best actor
Rusty Shakleford 6 months ago
sync this film up with this song, To get the best of this, Pause the song for 2 seconds then play it with the vid
Thunder Dean 6 months ago
Rusty Shakleford just mute the robbery audio
hello there 7 months ago
Song being sung by Wood Hite in beginning is I'm a good ol rebel fyi.
Mohamed SAIFI 8 months ago
i like so much this film.especially this scene and the beginning with deep words
Daniel 9 months ago
RDR2 <3
D 1 10 months ago
Came here from the new read dead trailer can't wait
INYECTED 10 months ago
that reference in Red dead redemption 2 is glorious.
Sentient Android 10 months ago
omg this movie copied red dead redemption 2!!!!
The Crazy Otter 6 days ago
Sentient Android what the fuck is wrong with these people. Obviously they stole red deads shit. Jesse James isnt a real outlaw. Author Morgan is
Nv MEE 3 months ago
Don’t feed the troll.
Tom Mcguire 5 months ago
This movie came out even before red dead 1 came out
Sentient Android 10 months ago
you're wrong.
Jesse James 10 months ago
You're an idiot.
Cosmic 10 months ago
Who else is here after the new Red Dead trailer?
KANYEda WESTaro 10 months ago
roger deakins is a god
MatiZ815 10 months ago
Came here after Red Dead Redemption II trailer.
DrunkenM33rkat 24 days ago
Now watch the film!
Jeremiah Lawson 9 months ago
We got lawmen in 3 different states after us! They chased is from the West they chased us over the mountains
Jesse James 10 months ago
Dude, same. I can't wait to play it. As soon as I saw that scene in the trailer, I had to come back here and see this pure fucking art of a scene. Rockstar was obviously inspired by this. Fucking awesome, dude.
ravinder sura 10 months ago
Red dead redemption 2 trailer reference.Amazing movie.amazing scene.Brad Pitt at his very best
The Crazy Otter 6 days ago
Tom Mcguire Lmao thats what i was gunna post
Tom Mcguire 5 months ago
ravinder sura actually, the movie came out before the trailer did, but nice connection nonetheless
Alexis Darien Sanchez Espinoza 10 months ago
Esta referencia en el nuevo trailer de Red Dead Redemption 2 me ha matado
onegirlrev 10 months ago
RIP Sam. We will miss you.
Mj420 11 months ago
This scene is just pure art it is breathtaking and terrifying at the same time.the most underrated movie of all time every scene of this movie is a masterpiece
Mr Eastwood 11 months ago
Great movie and cinematography
Sarcastic Sugar 1 year ago
This is not a scene; this is poetry.
Jimmy Strudel 1 year ago
whats up with the sound mixing though? their gun shots sounded like weak ass cap guns? such a shame the sound design is so bad because the images are beautiful.
Jeremiah Lawson 10 months ago
Jimmy Strudel That's what guns sounded like back then man
deztherhino 1 year ago
This scene gives me chills.
go figure 1 year ago
FUCKIN BEST SCENE !!!
ayman jalal 1 year ago
The scene where alter your seat and realize that you are in a presence of a masterpiece.
Johnny McAuliffe 1 year ago
I just watched this movie and it annoys me to some extent that the film seems to further a mythos around Jesse James. The man was no different than a serial killer, gangster, or terrorist. I know that the Fords weren't alter boys, but seriously. what'll they produce next, The Assassination of Jeffrey Dahmer by the coward Christopher Scarver? And, in the scene, rather than correcting the quantity of James' children, why wouldn't Robert correct the fact that Jesse never gave a goddamn cent to the poor, and he was responsible for the murder of ~17 people.some of which he shot while they were unarmed and tied up. And his wife was no saint. Similar to contemporary mob wives, she knew where the money was coming from, but knew better than to ask. Also, from what I've read, The Fords were in actual fear for their lives—they were essentially held captive in the home of a paranoid pyschopath. This film comes across as an attempt to make the viewer to sympathize with piece of garbage killer.
EdNorty 1 year ago
Jesse James was a piece of shit, but I think the movie properly conveyed that.
Aaron D 1 year ago
Johnny McAuliffe Please don't compare Dahmer to Jesse James. Dahmer ate people where Jesse killed out of necessity. The guy had a wife and 2 kids, Dahmer lived alone in his torture chamber
Tina Wright 1 year ago
Oh my. This scene is exquisite.
Adnan 1 year ago
2:21-2:46 my favorite part of the film
PineAppleWilly 1 year ago
Right on schedule Buck!
internet champ 1 year ago
Justice for Andrew Dominik.
Cate M. 1 year ago
This scene was what made me realize I wasn't just watching a good movie, but a great one.
Lancelot 1 year ago
Superb.;)
Nestor Pigrounet 1 year ago
At the moment the train arrives, this is just beautiful: the tension, the light, the way everything is set up, it is nearly supernatural
Faron Mohammed 1 year ago
Brilliant. Has that spooky silent film quality to it. The music, sound effects, lighting.masterclass in cinema right here.
Thomas Baron 1 year ago
Love this movie! :D
seb 2 years ago
Roger Deakins take a bow
Miller 3 months ago
seb we are not worthy :-D
shockraid1 2 years ago
Oh hey Jeremy Renner. I forgot you were in this movie.
Dr.Harish Chandra 6 months ago
shockraid1 he was good though.
2serveand2protect 2 years ago
AMAZING MOVIE!.STUNNING!.
Pedro Ramirez 2 years ago
just came
Nadeem Hammami 2 years ago
Goosebumps watching this.
Nadeem Hammami 2 years ago
Goosebumps watching this.
Markus FIN 2 years ago
The legend was he could stop a train by staring it down. -Silas Greaves on Jesse James (Call of Juarez: Gunslinger)
Vlademir Muli 1 year ago
love that game
83jwilson 2 years ago
Looks like 5 people have tripped and shot themselves into females
Aaron D 1 year ago
pfcjking1 oh I'm sure he has and prob wishes he chose the shooting method to put himself/herself out of his/her misery. What a joke.
pfcjking1 1 year ago
+Aaron D I wonder if Bruce Jenner ever considered the shooting method. At $0.25 per.45 acp round, he could have saved a shit-ton of money.
Aaron D 1 year ago
I bet you I cud find em husbands if they did
Hellblazer311 2 years ago
I would give anything to live in this era and be part of his crew.
EdNorty 1 year ago
Oh my god, you are literally Bob Ford before he grew some sense.
Aaron D 1 year ago
Salem Sunset You're correct it was basically the Mafia in its earliest form.
Salem Sunset 1 year ago
Hellblazer311 Why on Earth would you ever, ever, wanna be in his crew? Did you not see this movie? He goes basically nuts and doesn't trust any of them and basically holds his own crew hostage in that life of crime or death. He was shot for many reasons, and many good reasons.
Aaron D 1 year ago
Yes you probably would last a few days.same with me tho.no phone, no dunkin, no online p0rn.id be a goner
Thomas Baron 1 year ago
Jesse didn't trust anybody. He didn't even trust his own crew. You'd most likely be dead.
Dhieen 2 years ago
Beautiful shadows
iluvugoldenblue 3 years ago
light
Matthew Walsh 3 years ago
This train is in Fort Edmonton Park. I have rode it many times
Kamau Patrick 3 years ago
awesome cinematography
Insane Request 3 years ago
Nick cave and warren ellis,really did a great job,brilliant
penguinsscareme 3 years ago
Amazing scene, amazing movie. Some of the best cinematography and pacing I have ever seen in anything anywhere.
Ludwing Perez 1 year ago
Roger Deakins is a genius!
Stan Gable 3 years ago
2:01 - 2:05. Imagine being on that train and seeing those ghostly figures in the woods!!!
jack blue 1 year ago
Salem Sunset actually historically they were dressed as kkk members
Captain Black Bill 1 year ago
Stan Gable aye I am not a real pirate but I am going to do a reenactment of one
Salem Sunset 1 year ago
CGK pretty common robbery mask back then too.
CGK 1 year ago
+Gareth Lloyd KKK used to wear those masks and honestly the way a large part of the African American community is acting right now it's probably in your best interested to not wear any kind of white hood.
Dominic O'Donnell 3 years ago
what time of the movie is this at?
Jeremiah Lawson 10 months ago
Dominic O'Donnell Yeah like 10 minutes in
Salem Sunset 1 year ago
Dominic O'Donnell The beginning
Benjamin Jack Kata Finau 4 years ago
Roger Deakins is a God
Trystaticus 4 years ago
Roger Deakins.
Ytubedon'tsharemyname 4 years ago
I love this movie. 
James Anthony 4 years ago
love the music
WheresWallace4883 4 years ago
1:44 to 3:00 is just pure art
Nicky E 2 hours ago
0:00 to 3:01 is pure art !
The Crazy Otter 6 days ago
WheresWallace4883 yeah i wish i knew the name of that. Its pretty nice
kataisa3 1 year ago
I can't stop watching this scene.
KANYEda WESTaro 2 years ago
+WheresWallace4883 it start at 1:22 for me
mummra7 4 years ago
that no good coward, he shot charlie bigalow, and let poor jesse escape to live until old aaaaaage!!!!!!!!!!
surfnsantacruz 4 years ago
Love this scene but honest question, why do their guns sound like weak pellet guns?
Salem Sunset 1 year ago
surfnsantacruz Revolvers really sounded like that. and if you think it sounds like a pellet gun, you clearly never shot one.
James Anthony 4 years ago
+Dingo Ate My Baby!  guns now a days don't sound like firecrackers. guns are freaking loud
ZcrAyZ 4 years ago
You've watched too many movies.  Guns in real life sound like firecrackers and back the 19th century they were even weaker sounding.  So the film is an accurate portrayal. 
urbanr0cker 4 years ago
I will never stop being angry that this beautiful piece of cinematic greatness was (and is!) so sorely overlooked by the Oscars *and* the general public. If you think this SCENE is magnificent, just see the whole thing.  Brad Pitt was shafted, Andrew Dominik was shafted and Nick Cave & Warren Ellis were utterly robbed.
Brian williams 4 months ago
Ikr..i mean i ask pple all the time..wasnt brad Pitt just as good in this as DDL was in there will be blood ????
Jennifer Mallon 2 years ago
+urbanr0cker One day I was hanging out and this movie was on. Was going to watch it for a bit to kill time. I ended up watching the whole thing and loved it. I still think about how good this movie was and whenever I ask anybody if they've seen it. A lot of em haven't even heard of it. Very underrated.
arnold jack 2 years ago
no shit I mean JUNO received a best picture nomination while this absolute masterpiece did not! 😒
Stan Gable 3 years ago
Anyone who knows about great films recognize this movie.
Chris Ference 4 years ago
fuck the oscars.  i saw it, that's all that matters.
mrtony80 4 years ago
This scene - the photography, music, and pacing - is art.  Pure art.
Daniel Ware 4 years ago
I think 2:52 - 2:56 is my favorite visual from any movie I've ever seen.
kay renee 4 years ago
jesse standing in front of the train
kay renee 4 years ago
this is my fav scene
Daddy Dana 4 years ago
Not many more scenes come to mind as perfectly shot and directed as this.
Zach Waddell 4 years ago
Simply incredible.
redemption0121 4 years ago
Beautiful!
Ulvis Zirnis 5 years ago
I wonder, as apparently Red Dead Redemption is coming out on PC, can I play it with Cave/Warren music? :)
David Hui 5 years ago
The forshadowing in this scene is so brilliant.
kremove 5 years ago
Just like people today are surprised that Northerners or even Lincoln was racist. By todays standards, of course they were racist! Just because a person thought slavery was wrong didn't mean they thought people of African descent were equal. History is not always so neat and clean, but then it wouldn't be so interesting :) Things don't get lost in translation as much when people take the time to listen to others' views - so thanks again!
kremove 5 years ago
Exactly! Thank you for listening, you must be a thoughtful and nice person to be so considerate. My analogy isn't perfect, but yes, u get me that its not D.C. vs local people, as politicians wd have us believe, but rather more complicated states vs states. I think the balancing the power of gov with state sovereignty is genius and even the founders couldn't have imagined how huge the USA would be and didn't even know how brilliant this would be to run a country almost as big as a continent.
kremove 5 years ago
Thank you so much for considering what I was saying and being so polite. Many people are so black-n-white these days that such conversation is impossible. It shocks me some people aren't just healthily critical of gov, but think its the entire problem and I'm like really? really? What makes us proud to be American are accomplishments done by the fed gov, which, gasp!, is you and me and all the states coming together Your polite discourse is how we should be, coming together civilly.
kremove 5 years ago
Having outlaws in the family was a huge shame for generations (unlike Jesse's mom who profited all she could from her sons' exploits) but us recent generations find it cool. That's great that you know so much about your family's military service. I'm a hybrid too :) We shouldn't focus on divisions as we have more in common and anyway, by itself, doesn't solve problems. I don't live around KC anymore and watching this movie very nicely takes me back :) BTW - I'm all in favor of state's rights!
kremove 5 years ago
. and what is often a federal action is really on behalf of states bringing up the issues, so calling it fed v state is misleading. Just as in the Civil War, it wasn't just Washington (fed) against the CSA, it was states v states.
kremove 5 years ago
Please, let me give an example, without starting a new debate :) It is already illegal to buy a gun in one state and go commit a crime with it in another. When a state asks another to stop selling guns to known criminals (close background check loopholes), that is not a violation of that state's sovereignty. We can argue about universal background checks, but it is not an infringement of sovereignty anymore than a driver's license is. To anger voters by calling it a sovereignty issue is a ploy.
kremove 5 years ago
I don't mean that state's rights is a ploy, it's a good idea, I mean that often politicians claim that an issue is a State's rights issue because the strongest propaganda are scare tactics that create security dilemma - Us v. them or the gov is after you. I like the Constitution too :) Remember it was trying to avoid monarchy, not prevent Nationalism. Skepticism is great - MO is the Show Me state, but prejudice isn't. WWII, space, cold war, R&D, etc, the Feds aren't all bad.
kremove 5 years ago
Thank you! Nice chatting with you! I love this movie, it is so beautiful on so many levels, my family has been in the area since before the Civil War, I am a Younger and the Youngers that ran with the James were cousins, so yeah. I like this film a lot :) Take care!
kremove 5 years ago
. the pot issue made me glad for State's power :) I don't think there's an all-or-nothing position, the worth of the Fed's and the worth if the State's sovereignty is both dependent on the quality of the individual citizens in those roles. Both will make mistakes, both will have good ideas. It doesn't have to be so divided, which brings me to my original point - this division and shouts of state's rights is a political ploy, not a rational evidence-based cogent policy argument.
kremove 5 years ago
People have that fear because it is very successful propaganda and always has been. One could just as easily argue that abuse is more possible at the local level where there is less oversight. I'm not saying you're wrong, I'm saying that I don't believe it without empirical evidence because there are far more checks and balances at the Fed level. Besides, its not Fed v a State, its Fed v 50 States, so its not as David v Goliath as many make it out to be. Slavery made me glad for Fed power.
kremove 5 years ago
It is easy to assume disagreement in a Youtube comment reply :) I'm glad that you're interested in history and recognize how it impacts us to this day.
kremove 5 years ago
But isn't that partly the purpose of a Federal gov? To ensure that the rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are protected from abuse? Even if it is abuse at the State level? My main problem is that State's sovereignty is important and its often abused by political scare tactics. Those who ruined their lives for the CSA should've stayed on the farm because I don't see how the Feds were an actual threat to them.
kremove 5 years ago
Yes, local political tensions, which I meant to be part of the opportunism and retribution. It was ugly and for many the state is still ridiculously factionalized. There are accounts of people supporting a side but still coming under attack from soldiers/fighters from the side they supported, so neither side could totally claim MO and being a geographical mix of north and south in one state was rough.
kremove 5 years ago
My comment is much deeper than that discussion - I know they were told they were fighting for state's rights and that's what they thought it was about. That was the lie, just because the poor souls who gave their lives believed it doesn't make it true. I still have not seen any true example of a Federal threat to those States as a whole, just to those who profited from slavery, which was a regional difference bt North and South, not Fed v State. Slavery was a bigger issue in the territories.
kremove 5 years ago
Personally I think that most of the soldiers of the CSA were just being used by the few rich landowners. The average soldier had nothing to gain from the formation of the CSA. Life would've continued as it had been, the slavery debate was mostly about the new western states, abolitionists were a fringe group, etc. Just like so many other wars, the soldiers are just regular people being lied to and used for a rich man's gamble. They were the real threat to the Southern way of life.
kremove 5 years ago
Missouri was never in the Confederacy and it had much uglier guerrilla warfare that had little to do with devotion on either side to national politics but was opportunistic violence and retribution. War produces people who continue to live violently with a soldier-like mentality. The Union remained and occupied ? It always was the Union, the CSA existed only in the imagination of some rich white guys and their followers. Saying you take sovereignty from a nation doesn't make it so.
Noopur Phalak 5 years ago
casey affleck was nominated for best supporting actor as well..!!!!
Gar96 5 years ago
There will be Blood was very impressive yes, if this had to lose, I'm glad it was There will be blood that got it
Paperbagman555 5 years ago
Elswit's work on There Will Be Blood was a worthy contendor. both were different styles.
TropicalConfederate 5 years ago
This scene, along with the I'm a good ole rebel at the beginning; perfectly highlights the bitter resentment of the many forever loyal Confederate Veterans after the Civil War, and how after the Confederacy collapsed, they hated the Union that remained and occupied, refused to conform (remain unreconstructed) and vowed to personally wage war against it in any and all ways until death. Such fiery devotion is unknown by most men in this day and age.
bart jan 5 years ago
i bet you i can find them husbands if they do
Tobias Leufstadius 5 years ago
masks*
Tobias Leufstadius 5 years ago
God those white maskas they use, are so fucking frightening!
kadir taşçı 5 years ago
There's only 1 jerk watched this video haha shame on you dude!!!
Paul Staker 5 years ago
The thing about Deakins is how he likes to cut down on artificial lights and let natural lights do the work, then get amazing shadows and silhouettes.
Low Sparks 5 years ago
The cinematography in this scene is astonishing.