Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 50%
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IMDb Rating 4.8 10 1484


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Luke Hemsworth as Wild Bill Hickok
Bruce Dern as Doc Rivers O'Roark
Kris Kristofferson as George Knox
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1hr 28 min
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Reviewed by Ben James 7 / 10

If you love westerns give it a shot or 2! Don't read negative reviews!

WOW - some harsh words here from what I must assume are disappointed fans. Some reviews are almost hateful! But in all honesty this film is not that bad by a long stretch. It has some great moments for sure and some great shootout and fights. Yes I will agree it does fall flat in some places or feel somewhat unfinished in others and at the half way point I did consider stopping the movie and moving on. However I am glad I stuck with it because after a somewhat lack lustre start the movie picks up and races to a satisfying conclusion. If you love westerns give it a shot or 2!

Reviewed by vlrreddy 7 / 10

Super ever

Good movie watch it only learn how not to make western

Reviewed by tpasa-1 2 / 10

One of the worse Westerns you will see

Sometimes you take a chance on a movie you never heard of and you find a little gem. Other times, you end up wasting an hour and half of your life like you do when you watch this movie.

It's rare that I watch a movie where the writing and direction is so bad that I actually looked up who the writer (Michael Lanahan) and director (Timothy Woodward Jr.) were for no other reason than to make sure I never watch anything from either of them again. It's almost like the director read the script, knew it was going to suck, then decided to see if he could one up the script by directing a jumpy movie with no flow.

The writing was so bad that you could almost feel the actors not wanting to say the lines. some of the scenes were so stupid you had to actually laugh, like when the bad guys shoot up Wild Bill's house, throw a stick of dynamite in there, then when the dynamite gets thrown out by Bill, one of them goes, "We must've got him!" Sure buddy, most dead guys throw dynamite back.

Then there was the rip off of Gladiator where Trace Adkins' character brings his fiance and son in for a little questioning before eventually smacking them both. The makeup person, who may have also been the director based off the ridiculous "black eye" they put on Cameron Richardson after getting smacked, seemed to want to one up the other ridiculousness by putting on a "black eye" that basically made it look like she got hit by a 2x4 across the side of her face.

And who did the casting? Luke Hemsworth looks nothing like Wild Bill Hickok and I'm telling you, he's definitely the worse acting Hemsworth and that's saying something. Kris Kristofferson has a look on face in every scene like he knows he's just phoning this gig in and Trace Adkins just is not a very believable bad guy. Maybe it's those commercials he does for Wounded Warrior. It's hard to take him as a bad guy and he doesn't have the acting chops to pull it off.

Bruce Dern? His yellow teeth were the best part of his role. He was also involved in one the dumbest scenes of the movie and that's saying something. Hickok tries to distract the kid (who was randomly shot when some guys come into town shooting their guns) by telling him some dumb story while Dern (the doctor) takes a bullet. It might have made more sense if the doctor actually took the bullet out while the kld was being distracted but no, he waits until the story is over and then the kids screams in agony as the idiot takes out the bullet.

Want to know why the movie gets two stars vs one? There's a nice sunset scene with a train in the beginning that fools the viewer into thinking this movie might be decent, but alas, it's mirage as you soon enough will be inundated with dialog a 10-year old might write for his school play. Oh, and there's a nice side boob scene with Cameron Richardson. That's about it!

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