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Credited cast:
Buddy Colt / Jack Creed
Sonny King
The Barber
Sean Michael Doherty ...
Iron Joe Parelli (as Sean Doherty)
Trent Brock ...
Danny Strong
Lila Wolfe
Blackjack Mulligan
Will Creed
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Barber's Man #1 (as Jose Acevedo)
Tyler Allen ...
Thomas Anthony ...
The Clerk
Cyril Augustin ...
Barber's Man #2
Andy Batemen ...
Karen Beckner ...
Lisa Lonelyheart
Bill Bishop ...
Skinny Pete


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4 April 2006 (USA)  »

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$150,000 (estimated)

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2.35 : 1
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Modern Spaghetti-Western shot in a comic-book style
15 June 2006 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

Have you ever seen Kill Bill? Allow me to point out that it was shot in a "Comic Book" style, i.e., EVERYTHING was exaggerated: from the dialogue to the action sequences, to the cinematography, the music and even the characters themselves are exaggerated. The reason why is that most comic books (that I have read anyway) have characters that are bigger than life and the themes are exaggerated perceptions of reality. So naturally, these type of films are going to seem kind of cheesy. Why? Because it is a fable. Nothing about it is based on reality. There are no mutants saving us from the destruction of other mutants bent on world domination, no struggling journalist who possesses spider-like capabilities, and no superhuman that can leap tall buildings in a single bound, and so far I have not seen a vigilante dressed up in a bat costume…well, except for Halloween, maybe.

Try to make a comic book based on the movie "Crash". It's not going to work.

My point is "Judges", like "Kill Bill" was shot in this fashion…an homage to the spaghetti western with a modern flair shot in a comic book fashion.

The only difference is, Mr. Tarantino has had a few features under his belt, had a professional Hollywood cast and crew and is backed up financially by the Weinsteins.

Mr Walker has only made one feature and only had the financial help of family and friends, and had his fellow film students as his cast and crew. The majority of the people involved in this feature were very green when it came to feature films. That being said, I think Mr. Walker did a great job with his first feature film. I have seen worse come from the seasoned "Hollywood professionals" than this newbie director from Virginia.

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