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Taking place during 1876 in Montana, a ruthless headhunter tracks his own brother through Big Sky country with the help of a young fur trapper.
Taking place during 1876 in Montana, a ruthless headhunter tracks his own brother through Big Sky country with the help of a young fur trapper.

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    • Author: Bradeya
    This is the second failure I've seen this week from Justin Lee - the other being another miserable mess, A Reckoning. Does he not know how to write a screenplay or direct his actors? I guess this is the result when all your experience in writing and directing is TV series. At least give one of those hats to a professional that can teach you something before you try to do it all yourself when taking on a full length feature film. And what's with the Westerns genre? Dumb story that goes nowhere with lousy pacing and boring extended scenes that make you yawn. At least the directing was slightly better than A Reckoning. A generous 3/10 for the cinematography and directing.
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    • Author: deadly claw
    10/18/2018 Definitely worth watching one time, but the storyline and acting could have been much, much better. Enjoy it for what it is and try not to be to critical while you watch. Bon Appetit
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    • Author: Inertedub
    You know this is a low budget film. You have to have the ability to decipher between big and low budgets. This was outstanding! Amazing what they did with a few dollars. On a side note, this site is becoming riddled with people that have no business reviewing films. Something is wrong with their heads.
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    • Author: Dukinos
    With the exception of dialogue with Rose (trite, bad acting, unneeded romantic sub plot) the majority of the rest is well written and well acted for the budget. Cameos by bigger name actors are nicely integrated. Story is believable and details are seemingly and unusually accurate to the period. Filming is well done with well curated sets, costuming and beautiful locations. Re-casting or removing the Rose character would have elevated this flick to "memorable".
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    • Author: Levaq
    I hate books and movies that shout virtues in my face. A virtue cannot be forced into you. It must be introduced softly and gently, in a way that you feel it as part of your essence, as something that you always were and don't have to think about it and consider it. People want to find something from themselves in the movie, not to be taught what to be. Not to mention that feminism and racism stand very insulting as main points in this movie. We should have been forgotten that social problems long time ago and movies like this one are only bringing it back in the most annoying way. Two stars for the efforts in the camera work.
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    • Author: Clodebd
    If you are a fan of classic westerns then you will love this film! However, it also does not shy away from subject matter in the current world which deals with racism and strong female characters. The locations and cinematography in this film are outstanding. The acting by the lead is reminiscent to the growling Eastwood of old and the director brought out one of Bruce Davison's best performances. Forgot that Meg Foster was still alive and she is well served as an aging bar owner in this! Being a big fan of westerns, my only critique would be that some of the continuity between a few things could have been better but that is me being a die hard movie nut.

    Reading some of the other reviews it is interesting to me...people should leave reviews that ACTUALLY talk about the film. But people these days right?

    Give this film a watch and check out a few other modern day indie western gems such as "Outlaws And Angels" and "The Ballad Of Lefty Brown."
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    • Author: Ť.ħ.ê_Ĉ.õ.о.Ł
    I must be the only one who notices the bad guy was the one wearing the Confederate Uniform? Of course, because anyone who fought for the South was inherently Racist, but then we have the scene where they're in Montana and strangely there is a group of Men that look remarkably like the KKK? You know cause the KKK is everywhere, just read comments on Facebook and you will see. Is Spike Lee your Mentor? The good Guy was the Guy who married the Black Woman......Yeah, I will end this there...Ridiculous.
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    • Author: Captain America
    It's everything you want in a Western (except maybe Clint Eastwoood or more horse work). The pace is spot on, the performances are superb, and there are lots of interesting characters to discover along the way. Terrific indie.
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    • Author: Enila
    Ollis Ransom (Hollis Ransom) is an ex-Union soldier working as a bounty hunter in the gold mining community of 14 Miles, Montana circa 1874. He is known and trusted in town even though he talks like Sling Blade. His brother Everett (Todd A. Robinson) has become an outlaw in a white hood. Mine owner Jonathan Carrington (Bruce Davison) has placed on price on his head, one that Hollis wants to cash in on. He hires Rose Gage (Jenny Curtis) to be a tracker.

    Rose had an intellect and provided some light moments. These were things that could have been better scripted with a light soundtrack. The film has its heavy moments. The opening battle scene was a joke in fighting and dialogue.

    I was slightly entertained.

    Guide: F-word. No sex or nudity.
  • Cast overview, first billed only:
    Kevin Makely Kevin Makely - Hollis Ransom
    Bruce Davison Bruce Davison - Jonathan Carrington
    Jenny Curtis Jenny Curtis - Rose Gage
    Meg Foster Meg Foster - Ma Whitman
    Todd A. Robinson Todd A. Robinson - Everett Ransom
    Mark Ryan Mark Ryan - Bill Gage
    Bob Olin Bob Olin - Civil War Sargeant
    Sean Cook Sean Cook - Lonnie Hamer
    Randy Ryan Randy Ryan - Karl Steadman
    Ian Gary Ian Gary - Jesse
    Brea Bee Brea Bee - Nina Toll
    Jonathan McClintic Jonathan McClintic - Bartender
    Yuri Lowenthal Yuri Lowenthal - Pickett Rowe
    K. Harrison Sweeney K. Harrison Sweeney - Buckshot Tommy
    Ron Chevalier Ron Chevalier - Josiah Briggs
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