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I've been looking forward to this. I hope it doesn't disappoint.Link



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Dang.

I thought this was going to be about the national park.

I like Costner well enough, but I don't have the time or inclination to watch another soap opera.




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And just yesterday Costner spoke out against the Country. Regarding the illegal immigrant kids, separated from their Parents. Screw him. Another Hollywood liberal.
 
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I almost talked my self down off the ledge after watching Longmire.
I just HAD to buy western style guns and a holster. Bought a Ruger 3 screw 6 shooter, holster, but have been able to hold off on the lever action rifles, this will probably make me have to buy a few of those.
 
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Kevin Costner and beautiful western scenery...what could be better, I sez to myself. Then I remembered "Dances with Wolves" and how heavy handed it was. Roll Eyes lol All kidding aside, I'm going to give it a chance. I've always liked Costner, all the way back to Silverado.
 
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My wife thinks that Costner is a terrible actor, but has a nice butt.




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Since it comes to us from the folks who made Sicario, Hell or High Water and Wind River, I am going to give it a shot. Not so much for Costner. But he did give a good turn in the Hatfields / McCoy Show.


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If you're looking for the perfect actor aligned with every one of your ideological positions you will in most cases be disappointed. There are a few, but not many. So I just try to separate the actual person from the roll they are playing. Their craft is playing make-believe. Some real ass-holes are good at it. Vis-a-vis De Niro, Meryl Streep and most of the Hollywood elite.

I like the genres this series presents so I'll look past politics and try to enjoy the story.



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Costner? I'll pass.
 
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Looks like an updated ‘Dallas’ no thanks


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I stuck it out for the first hour. It was like watching grass grow and what's with the black-haired lawyer son. That's one of the worst rugs I've ever seen.
 
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Fuck Kevin Costner (and the horse he rode in on).
 
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I thought the first hour drug by, then it started getting interesting. I'll be watching more of the series.




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It wasn't half bad. It did strike me as kind of a modern day Dallas though.

We'll see.


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I watched about 45 minutes then had to go to bed but I recorded it...

What is up with his daughter??


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When he and his son pulled a calf in the pasture and it immediately jumped up and ran off, everyone in the room laughed.
Regarding the daughter, she is quite well-endowed and a horny little thing.

It reminds me of a contemporary "The Son" with Brosnan. Is that one coming back?
 
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I mean for Christ sake, the whole herd is standing right next to an open fence and you never think to fly the damn helicopter behind them to scare them across.
 
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Glad for the reminder last night I dvr'd it.
 
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I thought it was pretty good. And Kelly Reilly is English. She played Doctor Watsons GF in the Sherlock Holmes movies. Was it filmed in Montana? Beautiful country!


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I expected it to suck, but it really wasn't that bad. I'll stick with it for a while.


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