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Once Upon A Time In Deadwood (2019)

Once Upon A Time In Deadwood (2019)

A lady suckers a retired military Colonel into saving her sister from certain death by means of poison, which only her sister has the antidote for. Though unfortunately it occasionally gives him stomach cramps, that set in at the most inopportune moments. Unexpected bits of comedy amidst an otherwise pretty serious venture! And quick wit, like:

"The stories... are they true, or are they all lies?"
"It's all true, especially the lies."

It starts with slow ride through the steam of an old locomotive, a wintery wilderness, and the girl, and then the Charles Bronson look-alike steps in... Just like with Escape From Death Block 13 it takes a while to get into the story, maybe because of his not that great acting, but once you do it's beautiful.

There's a twist at the end too. You won't see it coming. At least I didn't.

Don't mind that it was clearly filmed in a tourist ghost town - they even have a picnic table at one point - the action's not bad, the sceneries are even better - refreshingly natural, and you grow to like the characters, which is really the most important part.

They turn a sub-par B-movie into something better. Appreciate it.

Think I'll be watching a bit more of this Robert Bronzi guy...

 rated 3.5/5: not bad at all


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