Cole Younger & The Black Train
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Like the other films, the camera has a hard time being on the face of the person doing the talking. The lines were delivered in stereotypical western monotone, even the women simply read lines. The black train was owned by Emmet Black (Jerry Chesser) who drove the train up and down any track at will. It appeared to have been a symbol for death or the Grim Reaper, although it was haphazardly integrated into the plot. The movie attempts to be humorous by adding characters like Crazy Pa (Richard Kinsey) a man who once ate his horse and Shotgun (Ronald Bumgardner) a man who owns a shotgun pistol. Even Taylor-Grace Davis who played Alice was laughably bad.
The film might be fun to watch because it is bad, although lacks some of the camp value of previous productions. If you thought "A Cold Day in Hell", and "All Hell Broke Loose" were good, then this film shouldn't bother you.
PARENTAL GUIDE: No F-bombs, sex, nudity or acting. Uses "A" word and makes references to a shotgun up the butt.
I've seen some of the old westerns that looked realistic at least. Couldn't miss with actors like Randolph Scott, or Audie Murphy. Micheal Marsden was the only actor I recognized, and it wasn't his best effort either. Save your money on this one. I can't remember the last time I saw a movie as crummy as this one.
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I order items for the library and mostly I don't watch them or read them. But my patrons feedback is very positive.Published on November 28, 2012 by Martin County Library