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I only thought that the original "Dead in Tombstone" was just okay, but I decided to give this sequel a chance, given my love for westerns and for the fact that Danny Trejo was returning. Most likely you'll find this sequel a few notches below whatever you thought of the first movie, as I did. I admit that the movie looks pretty slick for the most part, though some interior scenes are either severely underlit or overlit, and there is some very unconvincing CGI blood and gore. But the script is kind of a mess. There are a number of plot points that are either vague or unexplained at all, and the result is that there is a feeling that the filmmakers were making things up as they went along. The sorry and clumsy script may explain why stars Danny Trejo and Jake Busey seem to be going on autopilot instead of delivering their lines with conviction and true menace. As for the action sequences, it comes across as standard stuff at best, not directed or choreographed in a way that grabs your attention. The movie is not dull, I admit, but all the same it's quite unsatisfying to watch.
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