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An altercation between two crew members culminated in a stabbing on set, in which one crew member assailed the other. The fracas occurred on March 30, 2016. The injury was non-life threatening, and the assailant was arrested by Sheriff Deputies. Despite the unpleasant occurrence, filming resumed without further incident. See more »
Synopsis describes Thomas McCord as a priest; however, the character is clearly a Protestant minister or itinerant preacher, and the church is clearly not a Catholic or Episcopal church. See more »
Credits to the townspeople and Army soldiers are entitled TOWNSPEOPLE AND CALVERY See more »
I kept asking myself, "Is this a comedy?" No, a comedy would be more entertaining. I had to conclude this was not an attempt at parody. I am thinking that the people responsible for this unbelievably ridiculous, half-baked insult to the cinematic arts were actually serious. I'm sure they were junior high school students with a lot of money. The characters are thin, stereotypical shadows of archetypal heroes and villains and damsels in distress. The sophomoric story and never developed plot will leave you embarrassed for the poor souls whose names appear in the credits. The scenery was pretty good, though.
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