Watch: Come on In, We’re Dead 2017 123movies, Full Movie Online – The true story of the The Young Brothers Massacre, 1932. The record for the most lawmen shot dead in the history of the United States. 10 cops and one civilian in Springfield, Missouri went to arrest 2 small-time gangsters known as The Young Brothers. The young men (Harry, 25 and Jennings, 30) had been on the run for the murder of a town marshall 3 years earlier. The Sheriff, Marcell Hendrix, had been neighbors with the fugitive?s family and late father in particular, so he didn’t expect any trouble. As a consequence, they showed up at the family farm with nothing but the six-guns on their belts, and little to no additional ammo, In spite of the fact that the boys were well known for their marksmanship. The farm was on a large open piece of land with a scattering of trees around the farmhouse. When the Sheriff and his deputy pushed in the door, a massacre ensued, The officers would become trapped behind those trees, as the brothers systematically picked off the officers from the cover of the dark farmhouse..
Plot: The true story of the deadliest shootout for lawmen in US history as ten police officers and one civilian went to arrest two brothers for murder on January 2, 1932, just outside Springfield, Missouri.
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It’s a documentary not a movie
People need to remember this is a documentary not a movie. It’s just dramatized a little. It was something that happened years ago and it happens to be my family, unfortunately. Not many people know or talk about it. There’s a book as well. It was a big deal because it’s a massacre that shouldn’t have happened. This doesn’t have all the details. It wasn’t just 2 boys who went on a rampage. I’ll leave it at that.
Come on In, It’s Garbage
Where do I even begin to explain this train wreck, monstrosity? I had to force myself to watch roughly 30 minutes (maybe longer, I didn’t keep track of time) of this before turning it off. I sometimes enjoy watching bad films (horror mainly), due to there at least being some sort of charm to them. This had zero charm and zero effort. The narrating and talking was barely audible over the the obnoxious, blaring music.
Instead of going to the location of where the event took place, the editing (if there was any) showed a picture from Google Earth. Yep, you read that correctly. Google Earth. They were too lazy to edit out the google name in the screenshot, which was lazy in itself.
Now for the cream of the crap, the shooting scene. It’s safe to assume that’s where the effort of the production took place. It also felt out of place, due it supposedly being a documentary. I normally don’t mind violence in films, in fact most films I watch are violent. However, the over the top violence in this was not necessary and out of place.
Save yourself the time from this cesspool of confusion and watch something other than this.
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Director Jim Hancock
Writer Jim Hancock
Actors Matt Bartholomew, Kim Chastain, Brad Corbin
Country United States
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