The Warrant (2020) 1080p

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Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 5.1  
Run Time:
90 min
IMDB Rating:
3.3 / 10 
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Directors: Brent Christy [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Civil War hero Sheriff John Breaker and his son reunite to arrest Union Army friend "The Saint." Now a fierce gang leader, his raids threaten to bring the country back into conflict. The Warrant is a thrilling, action-packed Western adventure starring Neal McDonough (Yellowstone, Captain America, Band of Brothers, Red 2), Casper Van Dien (Starship Troopers, Tarzan), Steven R. McQueen (The Vampire Diaries, Chicago Fire), and Annabeth Gish (X-Files, The Haunting of Hill House).


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If it was worth doing, they should have done it right!

This movie is a throwback to the B-westerns of yesteryear. Trouble is, those old B-westerns are feats of epic cinema compared to this 2020 version of the American Western. And it's a shame, too. Here is THE vehicle that launched many an outstanding and treasured career - Wayne, Mitchum, Stewart, McQueen, Marvin, etc . . . Only these "leading" actors forgot to do their home work. The acting is "Al-Gore-wooden-like" as each actor struggles to strike their best pose to reveal their best side as they regurgitate their canned lines. There is no emotion or meaning to their words - they're just canned lines to be said, not communicated, just said. The Shea Sizemore screenplay makes sense, but it didn't get pulled together. The score adds nothing to the movie. In fact, at times it would be best if there were no score. I lay the quality of this film at the feet of the one to blame - Director Brent Christy. I apparently have never seen a Brent Christy-directed film - I hope I don't again. This film is all over the place, chasing it's tail. Siskel & Ebert - Beware!

Worth the watch

As someone who can understand that good westerns died with the 21st century, I didn't mind this movie at all. It had its flaws but it still had everything a western needs. There were a few parts I even found comical.

Terrible Acting and Film

The acting was pitiful at best. Each scene was as if they were on a poorly executed high school play. As if each camera cut the Director was saying go and they performed horrible. It was really bad I turned it off after 15 minutes. Do not waste your time or money on this film.
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