Henry Myers lives a hard life. After his latest heist goes wrong and his partners betray him and leave him for dead, Henry is surprised to find extraordinary kindness from a widow and her ...
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Henry Myers lives a hard life. After his latest heist goes wrong and his partners betray him and leave him for dead, Henry is surprised to find extraordinary kindness from a widow and her children. Soon, Henry begins to question the choices he's made in his life. Just as things begin to make sense again, things take an interesting turnWritten by
At the part where Marilyn (Erin Bethea) slaps Henry (Drew Waters), the actors wanted to make it more real looking, so Erin Bethea actually slapped him in the scenes. After a couple of slaps Drew Waters said he was seeing stars See more »
There are no opening credits past the title in western letters. After ten minutes into the movie, the title comes up in western letters and then disappears like a duststorm. After that, the movie continues on. See more »
The Way Westerns should be done
Westerns have faded somewhat in popularity in recent years, but I think when done well, they can really shine. The Redemption of Henry Myers is one such example of how it should be done.
Is it possible for men to change? To find hope after falling so far? That's what the movie explores, providing a very enjoyable movie experience. The sets look great, and the story keeps up a steady pace. Both Drew Waters and Erin Bethea rise to the occasion and turn in solid, heart-moving performances. I love the twists and turns the movie takes and it gives a very satisfying ending.
I also appreciate the way that the violence was handled. Modern-day Westerns can quickly spiral out of control, but director Clayton Miller exercises wise restraint in what is shown and not shown.
Well done Echolight! Please continue to make great movies that families can enjoy together!
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