A veteran rancher and former sheriff, forced to face some federal bureaucracy when an old enemy-cum-millionaire alleges he doesn't actually own his beloved family ranch in a small Texas town.
|Release Date||:||August 21, 2016|
|Production Company||:||Crystal Sky Pictures|
|Production Countries||:||United States of America|
|Director||:||Charles Robert Carner|
|Writers||:||Harley Peyton, Jon Young|
|Casts||:||Jon Voight, Teri Polo, James Caan, Melanie Griffith, Steven Bauer, Abby Brammell, Grant Bowler, Nathan Keyes|
|Plot Keywords||:||western, family|
...I am always disappointed.
Hallmark used to have such wonderfully acted and written films. Apparently that group of writers has died off because everything they put out now is trivial, dull, and uninteresting with really bad acting.
"The Fish and Wildlife Service will be all over you like stink on a pig" is an example of the sparkling rhetoric you will hear. I"m all for giving work to Actors of a Certain Age (and I am of that age so I can appreciate it) but Voight and Caan show so little of their acting abilities that it's embarrassing.
And I can see taking certain liberties with continuity but this is a hot mess. And the characters are just caricatures with each one taking on the role of good guy, bad guy (villain wears a black hat, for Pete's sake), put-upon daughter, big-hearted sheriff, frisky granddaughter, ad nauseam.
Don't waste your time. Lots of better things to do!