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Bounty hunter James Conners (Justin Ament) has his sights set on the evil rancher (Angus Macfadyen) who ruined his life. But when Conners's plan for vengeance goes horribly wrong, he discovers a different way to settle the scores of the past with the help of a Navajo mystic. ~ Jonathan Frey, Rovi
Really great movie about forgiveness over revenge. An edge of your seat flick with moments of tenderness and gruesomeness. Had a great villain. Very unconventional, I didn't expect many things that happened to happen. I couldn't predict it. The only thing I didn't like about it was that the doctrine was wrong: being good doesn't get you to heaven, only Christ does. Also, heaven is being in presence of God not the presence of your true love! Other than that it was incredible.
When I think of a true western I think of Clint Eastwood but this one was not that too bad for a low budget film. Angus MacFayden plays Will Tunney, a ruthless, amoral killer and psychotic land baron. Justin Ament (James Conners) returns to the town as an adult seeking vengeance after losing his father and wife to murder.
The movie itself is a bit slow paced, predictable and while there is a lack of character development, I was entertained but it's definitely not another Unforgiven or Tombstone.
i loved this movie. a traditional western romance and story of revenge... i cried! great performances by angus macfadyen, justin ament and marnie alton. have always been a fan of william sadler, and even though his role is small, his performance is heartfelt. overall a good choice for beautiful scenery and an engaging story.
Dreadful western, poorly acted, cheap, amateur production and embarrassingly bad attention to period detail. The dialogue is laughably bad at times. Riddled with cliche's, the score is mundane. Corny and dumb.