by Larry Brody
- Well written, also well-produced and well-directed
- Well acted, especially by Bailey Chase and Katee Sackhoff
- Nice looking blonde deputy of the female variety
- It’s set in a locale we don’t see very often – Wyoming
- The eponymously named hero, who otherwise is unmemorable, looks like Shrub Bush
- Wyoming is boring
- Characterization that barely scratches the surface
- Lou Diamond Phillips plays an American Indian bar owner who never ever uses a contraction (Maybe he’s rebelling against the genuine tyranny of the old “Indian School” system?)
- Plot twists haven’t thrown me yet
- Continuing arcs are lamely predictable
- In other words, even with all the good stuff it’s still same-old, same old
Verdict 1: Boring. I won’t be going back.
Verdict 2: This review is too long. I’ll try to write shorter next time.