Here are 2 movies I love.
I am not on any Kevin Costner hating bandwagon. I think he did an awesome job in Wyatt Earp, and the story is more interesting than Tombstone for this reason:
you get a longer story, how Wyatt and Doc Holiday first met, all the stuff that came together to make such a tough man, etc. The Dodge City stuff was great, as was Wyatt's transition from young wedding groom to homeless man and horse theif, to marshall, and outlaw.
Tombstone was much more fun because of Val Kilmer's great performance as Doc Holiday, and all the great one liners, and cowboy stunts, Johnny Ringo being fleshed out as a threat to Doc, while Curly Bill and Ike became Wyatt's and Virgil's enemies respectively.
The better Josie was in Wyatt Earp, but the girl playing her in Tombstone was also a lot of fun.
Kurt Russel did a good job of playing Wyatt though: "Are you going to do something about it, or just stand there and bleed?"
But Dennis Quaid's Doc Holiday, was also good: "All of you can kiss my Rebel Dick!"
"Tombstone: sounds awfully quiet."
These are great movies that I can't get enough of watching. I'd have loved to have fought in these times. It would have been harsh and tough, but glorious.
Just wouldn't have liked to drink the water...