Haunted by wartime horrors, Civil War soldier-turned-bounty-hunter Frank Connor (Neal Bledsoe) spends his time post-war polishing off two things: whiskey and fugitives. When two desperate children arrive on his doorstep and enlist his help to find their missing mother (AnnaLynne McCord), Frank must face his past in order to take down the notorious Major Briggs (Rob Mayes), with whom he has a score all his own to settle.Written by
Well Go USA Entertainment
This project reunites actors Michael Welch and AnnaLynne McCord, they first starred together 12 years ago in 2008's Day Of The Dead, a remake of George A. Romero's 1985 classic of the same name. See more »
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how slow they have made this
Its a clear b-movie, loas of cowboys a renegades, with neiter cow or guts. meaness it has but at a shallow depth, the story aint good, the acting likewise, and the big miss in contrary to qverwhelmingly made westerns is the choice of score. my childhood memories wher either a decent symphonical or a crude steelguitar based score. here its just a cheap meeeow of a synthizeiser, that trashes the golden transition from scene to scene.
its a blur of close up shooting camera angles, and use of focus is almost absent.the cast would have impressed me if they had it in their eyes but they dont. thats why clint'ern caught his audience, you wont be caught by this.
playtime here are 137 minutes, coulve been easily compressed into 85 mins without a problem, so here its quantity over quality believe me. inexperience deluxe from the director and editors, make this sub western saga a blimp and no more than that.
its made for the cowboy nerds, and the cast and crews families, a weak 3 for stamina from the grumpy old man saying that watching a bit of bonaza wouldnt hurt. its pretty decent compared to this. recomende?no.
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