In the 1880s western "Traded", a father must leave his ranch for Dodge City to save his daughter from an old enemy, putting his reputation as the fastest draw in the west to the test.
|Release Date||:||June 10, 2016|
|Production Company||:||Status Media & Entertainment, Puppy Entertainment|
|Production Countries||:||United States of America|
|Director||:||Timothy Woodward Jr.|
|Casts||:||Kris Kristofferson, Trace Adkins, Michael Paré, Tom Sizemore, Martin Kove, Constance Brenneman, Brittany Elizabeth Williams|
|Plot Keywords||:||bar, rancher, sharpshooter|
It would appear that often people are motivated to write their first review here out of admiration for the way a film moved them, or shock at how badly it was made. Unfortunately I'm here because of the latter.
Just to preface, I'm not a critic, I have no agenda other than someone that just likes to enjoy the escapism that is provided by a movie. I love to be entertained, and I admire a wide variety of genres, so I'm certainly no film-snob.
This film doesn't deserve the rating it currently has on IMDb. Overall it's pretty bad. Whilst the plot isn't terrible, and it all starts off quite nicely for about 20 minutes or so, it all goes downhill into quite a mess. The supporting actors are terrible, and the dialog makes you want to cringe. Overall it's not the most horrible experience in my life, but I do wish I had just mopped the floors or something else instead of watching it.