JEZEBETH 2: THE HOUR OF THE GUN is a film every bit as pitiful as its unworkable predecessor, with which it has little in common in terms of story. This one's a period effort set in the Wild West, although the action never moves outside of a couple of rooms and a rural garden. It doesn't convince for a moment: there are just 2 or 3 characters at a time, dressed in period costume, hanging around and chatting, and that's it. It's a real bore.
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