Dead cop gets back on the job. Whole lot of zzz and I really can’t make out a thing that Jeff Bridges is saying. Okay, I can, I just don’t want to as he speaks throughout the whole movie as if he is constantly chewing a huge wad of chewing tobacco. You know? To give that genu-eye-ne Olde West feeling. It is incredibly irritating. Ryan Reynolds isn’t so wonderful either, or the plot for that matter. The only positive thing I can say is that I really, really enjoyed Mary-Louise Parker’s brief quirky turn as Jeff Bridge’s love interest.
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