I've seen amateur civil war reenactment gatherings by retirees being filmed by a 5th grade great-grandson turn out better than this film.
Shea Sizemore's writing experience in short films should've kept this screenplay as a short, instead of this terribly written with lame dialogued poor excuse of a western with comic relief 85 min mess. Even for an 85 min runtime film, the slow pacing and lack of any real unpredictable story made this film feel like 3 hours. Add to that the overbearing and annoying score, and you'll be pulling your hair out.
All actors seemed to act is if they were in a stage play, looking out to no where and overcompensating their lines, it almost felt like a parody.
This is experienced Camera and Electrical Department turned newb director Brent Christy's third film, and it really shows. He failed in directing his cast, proper camera angles and settings.
The cinematography and colors were the only redeeming qualities in this film. Watch the trailer, and you've seen this film. This has to be the worst western I've ever seen. It's a very generous 3/10 from me.
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).
Uploaded By: FREEMAN
March 06, 2020 at 02:20 AM