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, Angelique Kenney|
|Plot Keywords||:||bar, rancher, sharpshooter|
It's so sad when people write in saying that this is the best western they have seen or even the best movie ever. Since the start of the twentieth century many thousands of westerns have been made with hundreds considered classics and works of art. Will Traded still be watched in fifty or sixty years time? No, probably not even next month. It's great to be loyal if you're a friend or relation of someone in the cast or crew, but don't send movie goers off thinking they'll be seeing a Peckenpah, Ford, Stevens or Eastwood. There is nothing better than a good western, but nothing worse than a bad one and this is bad on so many levels. The direction, (if I slow it right down it will appear more arty) script, (must hold the world record for how many times the phrase 'son of a bitch' is used. Acting often very amateurish (apart from the actress playing Girl), and costumes and props straight from the hire shop. So many shiny new guns. Will the director be kind enough not to make any more. For me and countless others, westerns a too important and you're giving them a bad name.