In 1882, Joseph and Elizabeth Cooley head west to reunite with Elizabeth's family and are stranded in a logging camp just outside Tucson. Then, a wounded Indian stumbles into their camp and...
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In 1882, Joseph and Elizabeth Cooley head west to reunite with Elizabeth's family and are stranded in a logging camp just outside Tucson. Then, a wounded Indian stumbles into their camp and they must defend him against his would-be killer - Doc Holliday. Elizabeth considers Doc a stone-cold killer but, during the course of their tense standoff, she comes to find that this courtly, ailing man has a surprisingly well-honed sense of justice, frontier-style.Written by
I will say just a few things: 1) I would watch it again ... as part of an endurance challenge ... maybe.
2) I would suggest that anyone watching this film go in with the understanding that you will stay sane by pretending this is a western comedy.
3) My wife would not, rather could not endure the film and my continuing to watch it and laugh out loud woke her up multiple times.
4) Having to expend the energy to drive this movie back to the Redbox was excruciatingly difficult.
If you are looking for something to make fun of for an evening, or a lesson in the legal foundation of the revenge taken by Doc Holliday, I can recommend this movie. I could also recommend Wizards of the Lost Kingdom II for the first point, but unfortunately not for the second.
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