Oregon, 1851. Hermann Kermit Warm, a chemist and aspiring gold prospector, keeps a profitable secret which the Commodore want to know, so he sends the Sisters brothers, two notorious assassins, to capture him on his way to California.
...and it never picks up. Jake G usually makes such good choices. This movies is a dumpster fire.
Simple and dull
By Bruno Taut
Despite the film's American setting, none of the scenes were shot in the United States. Each scene looks like: Spain, France, Romania. Because of that you are not hooked. But worse: The scipt is simple, the movie boring. Like: There were clouds in the sky, so the rain was predictable.
The cast and acting are good, but this movie isn't sure what it is. The ending is strange. The movie isn't neccessarily bad, but its not good either. Its definitely not a comedy, and I don't know where people got the idea that it is. The scenery is nice, but does not look like the western U.S. I think the writing just stinks. There was potential for sure.
By Marcial D.
This movie is dramatic, funny, interesting, and tragic. The old west setting and colorful characters made it a joy to watch while the events that occur kept me invested. Don’t let other reviews steer you away unless you have no taste either. I’ll make it simple, if you liked the movie “O’ Brother Where Art Thou”, you’ll enjoy this movie as well.