Dead Again in Tombstone (2017) 1080p

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Genres:
Western
Resolution:
1920*1072
Size:
1.53G
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
99 min
IMDB Rating:
3.0 / 10 
MPR:
Normal
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24
Seeds:
4
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0
Directors: Roel Reine [Director] ,


Movie Description:
Guerrero returns from the dead once more to protect a stolen relic from getting into the hands of a gang of soldiers, which will ultimately cause hell upon earth.

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Reviews

If You Enjoy Spagetti Westerns and Danny Trejo, Choose This

If you enjoy spaghetti westerns (but not made in Italy or Spain), you'll enjoy "Dead Again in Tombstone." If you enjoy spaghetti westerns with supernatural overtones you'll enjoy "Dead Again in Tombstone." If you're a Danny Trejo fan you'll REALLY enjoy "Dead Again in Tombstone." Like Italian westerns, the film serves up plenty of action, and there are no heroes. Some reviewers assert that Trejo can't act. They don't realize that Trejo, may he be a good or bad actor, is more than that. He is a force of nature. Every scene he's in, your eyes are on him. Jake Busey as the baddest of the bad guys is excellent as a "Southern Gentleman" and ex-confederate soldier.

Meh!

The first movie, Dead in Tombstone, was fairly okay. Not great but okay. This movie, the second installment, was a bit of a disappointment though. The general idea is a good one. At least it is one I would generally have liked. However, it is really poorly implemented.

Danny is supposed to be the devil's servant imbued with supernatural powers and supposed to kick some serious ass. You know, a bit like Ghost Rider in the old west. Unfortunately he is nothing but. Most of the time he is roaming around sulking and trying to patch things up with his daughter.

He is really not showing much in terms of terrifying presence or supernatural powers. Whenever he springs into action he is just blundering in shooting at everything that moves and usually he gets shot up and "dies" in the process. Afterwards he get's revived and the process starts all over again.

Towards the end of the movie we finally get some supernatural action but it is really too late to save it and not really that impressive to begin with.

On the whole the script is pretty bland and unconvincing. It is more suitable for a TV-show episode than a feature movie.

Really a shame. I generally like Danny Trejo when he is playing bad ass.

Meh!

The first movie, Dead in Tombstone, was fairly okay. Not great but okay. This movie, the second installment, was a bit of a disappointment though. The general idea is a good one. At least it is one I would generally have liked. However, it is really poorly implemented.

Danny is supposed to be the devil's servant imbued with supernatural powers and supposed to kick some serious ass. You know, a bit like Ghost Rider in the old west. Unfortunately he is nothing but. Most of the time he is roaming around sulking and trying to patch things up with his daughter.

He is really not showing much in terms of terrifying presence or supernatural powers. Whenever he springs into action he is just blundering in shooting at everything that moves and usually he gets shot up and "dies" in the process. Afterwards he get's revived and the process starts all over again.

Towards the end of the movie we finally get some supernatural action but it is really too late to save it and not really that impressive to begin with.

On the whole the script is pretty bland and unconvincing. It is more suitable for a TV-show episode than a feature movie.

Really a shame. I generally like Danny Trejo when he is playing bad ass.
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