In post-Civil War Texas, Corbin Bernsen is a vicious carpetbagger who along with some nasty Union soldiers and the backing of the corrupt provincial government, are evicting ranchers from their property in a bogus property tax scheme and killing the ones that come close to making their payments.
Guns Of Honor is a modestly entertaining picture with decent production values and a likable cast headed by Christopher Atkins as an ex-Confederate, who along with his friends, battle Bernsen's bullies and try to save a young female rancher. Top billed Jurgen Prochnow and Martin Sheen appear in high-profile guest-starring roles.
This is not very memorable but it's easy to take, kind of like a fifties B-western but with a few splashes of blood and some gratuitous female nudity thrown in to push the rating from PG-13 to R!
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