Deadwood: The Movie (2019) 720p

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Genres:
Western
Resolution:
1280*640
Size:
925.40M
Quality:
720p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
110 min
IMDB Rating:
8.6 / 10 
MPR:
Normal
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Downloaded:
151
Seeds:
14
Peers:
2
Directors: Daniel Minahan [Director] ,


Movie Description:
Feature film based on the TV series, 'Deadwood'.

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Reviews

A cast of Thousands

Kudos to the producers for bringing back almost every character and the actors who portrayed them from the series which ended 13 years ago.It was good to see and probably speaks to the experience the actors had filming the series.This film, while welcome, felt thin. Some characters hardly received any screen time and fewer lines. Some of the speech was hard to appreciate during the first half of the movie (there is a whole scene early in the movie between Utter and Bullock that was unintelligible to me!) It improved greatly during the second half.I don't know if this is billed as a finale but not resolving several major plot lines leaves the possibility of another film down the road.Being "The Movie" I think the moviegoer would like to see the plots resolved and due to the fact that they weren't makes this a entertaining but ultimately dissatisfying experience.

That's it?!

You can't be serious? The "movie" is of the subpart quality of a bad TV show episode.

Deadwood

Although I did enjoy the movie, I did so mainly because I loved the series and was happy to revisit with the characters after so many years. But, I have to say that I was disappointed. As for many Deadwood viewers, I loved the Swearengen character. McShane really stole the series. That's why I was disappointed in a movie where he's reduced to a character completely lacking the personality shown throughout the series.

And while I have no complaint with the character, or actress, the amount of time spent on Calamity Jane was completely out of proportion relative to her role during the series.
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