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Link to original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doE2ZjceDRU


I'm a fan of Sam Elliot; could be fun or could be a total stinker. In any case, enjoy


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I'll brave the theater for that one.
 
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I thought that this was going to be a new History Channel show... Of course then it would need to include Aliens and be on Oak Island (love me some 'Curse of Oak Island'!)




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^^^^^

Same here! This looks awesome! Cool



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Can't look at Sam Elliot the same after The Ranch.
 
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Rented it last night. Thought it was entertaining. Interesting story line. The wife enjoyed it also.
 
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Look for a copy of "Man Hunt", B&W 1941. Walter Pidgeon and George Sanders. Directed by Fritz Lang.

British big game hunter almost takes out Hitler in Bavarian mountains and gets captured by Gestapo.


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This was filmed locally - I haven't seen it yet but supposedly one of my guns is in it. They filmed a scene in the local gun shop and asked some customers to bring in "pre 1980" guns to hang on the wall.


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Is the Bigfoot the dead Moose he’s standing next to?


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I wasn't sure exactly what this was about and, usually, I enjoy Sam Elliott.

I read a bunch of the reviews and decided this one is just not for me.

Hopefully, before he hangs it up, one way or another, he'll make another great western or maybe more.

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When I saw the title I expected to see something brutally aware of its B-movie status, with Sam Elliott having a whale of a time.

The trailer I saw, on the other hand, makes it look an awful lot like the movie (and Elliott) takes itself seriously.

I might not carve out a Friday to see this in the theater but I'm sure as heck interested.


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I rented this through OnDemand last Friday night and it wasn’t that bad.


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...it wasn’t that bad.
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I liked it. Good, not great.
 
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I found it strange. Not bad strange or good strange, just...strange.

Sam acts his ass off and does a great job, but the story line is quite odd as you would imagine.

I'm really not sure what to think about it.


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I was reading the reviews on Apple TV trying to figure out if I wanted to watch it or not. Sounds like it’s fairly slow?


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I watched it last night on "On Demand." Glad we didn't see it in the theater. Yea, the plot was kind of weird and it rambled. I won't provide any spoilers, but if viewers are expecting to see a well developed theme which leads to some kind of "Oh! Now I get it!" ending, you will most definitely be disappointed.


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When the story changed over to the Bigfoot kill, I thought it got a little silly. I've always liked Sam Elliot as an actor but this was somewhat of a different role for him to play, kinda odd.


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Orson Welles once said that by the time he got to Hollywood in 1939, everything in film had already been tried.

In Hollywood's efforts to keep people paying to see the mostly mediocre shit being turned out, gimmicks are tried from time to time. This looks like just another gimmick.
I think that two separate scipts were merged, and this thing is the result. But hey, it looks so clever, huh? Hitler? Then Bigfoot?????? Huh?? WOW!!!!!! Radical!!!!

Dont give these assholes your money for stuff like this, guys.


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