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A western Bromance you'll enjoy.,
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This review is from: The Gambler, the Girl and the Gunslinger (DVD)
This movie is a good slapstick western comedy.You can tell instantly in the beginning of the movie that Shea McCall and BJ Stoker will not get along not because of Liz but just because after Stoomey loses the ranch in an honest card game of Poker.The rest of the movie unfolds in traditional humor with the main lead male characters taking jabs at each other over getting rid of Shea vs. a small affection for Liz.But unfortunately they will need each other to get out of a jam when the banditos destroy Liz's property and they come after Bj's property.The three of them must team up to stop them,only for the boys to battle the Banditos and Liz to get hired hands to protect the ranch.But thanks to a little bang up in the end,they all must band together to begin from scratch.A very humorous way of saying becareful what you say and get involved with.*Edit*note:I loved the Gambler-Shea McCall played by Dean Cain.