The film didn't get a cinema release in New Zealand. See more »
A crew is visible hiding behind the bushes between the horse and the priest at 1:07. At first i thought he's part of the scene and waited for them to have a duel with Ethan Hawk but nothing until the Main titles shows up. See more »
This was a veiled attempt to recreate a Clint Eastwood character of the spaghetti westerns for which Mr. Eastwood realized great fame and success in the 1960's. Simply put, Ethan Hawke isn't Clint Eastwood. My greatest criticism of the movie is inappropriate dialogue for the time depicted in the film. I have several examples of verbiage not suited for the time period, but I will leave that to be experienced by the viewer. Some of the violence seemed to be a little overcooked. Though Hawke did a credible job as the lead character, his performance did not rise to the level of Travolta. Dog Abbie probably gave the best performance in the movie; however, all of the supporting actors did well in their respective roles.
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