Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud
The L.A. Times skewered it.
The box office receipts won't harm Johnny's or Verbinski's career but it'll certainly put a dent in Armie Hammer's.
Just my opinion here, but this movie just feels like a cash grab in the most basic sense. Why make this movie? If there was interest in truly reviving the western genre, wouldn't you want to ride on the coattails of a 3:10 to Yuma instead of digging up an old fossil of a radio/TV show?
And I really couldn't tell you what else Armie Hammer has been in. I know of his name slightly, and that's it. The next Brandon Routh?