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Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 2.0  
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0 min
IMDB Rating:
3.5 / 10 
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Directors: Josh Becker [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Alice travels west along with a ruthless bounty hunter in search of her lost husband.


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Doesn't get better so give up now.

Poor acting, scenery repeats and bison grazing in the distance while plodding down the same wooded country lane seemed weird. The indians were totally unconvincing as was the choice of musical score. A disappointing portrayal of what probably started off as a decent storyline. A film worth missing.


Cheesy special effects, acting, and dialogue. I could only take the first 10 or so minutes. I think the budget for the movie was $47.


Could not make my mind up if it was meant to be a comedy or not was thinking all the way through they're not serious lol. Was the first western? I have every seen with overweight Indians. So bad it was almost good. The things you watch in lockdown!!
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