Jun 302011
 

These are only here to give an idea of the movie’s video quality but may not be truly representative of it.

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  1. I watched this last night on Netflix. I thought the story was okay (Ninjas in the Old West!!), but what really killed the movie for me was the obvious lack of budget. The movie looks like it was made entirely on an indoor green-screen stage with just minimal set pieces; even the outdoor scenes looked like they were shot indoors for the most part. If they had actually been able to build a little town in the actual outdoors, the movie would have been elevated dramatically (unless that’s the style they were going for).

    As for Kate Bosworth, despite her “annoying and obnoxious” accent, I found her character to be the most enjoyable of them all. Also, based on screenshots I’ve seen, it’s cool that her two-tone eyes weren’t hidden with contacts. And while I like Tony Cox, I found it hard not to see his character from “Bad Santa,” just in the Old West.

    With Hollywood’s tiresome penchant for remakes showing no sign of dwindling, a big budget re-do of this film could really work. Calling Mr. Bruckheimer!

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