Western • R • 2016 • 2 hr 28 min
The storyline it's really great I love this movie
The pace is a little slow but storyline is really good and worth watching
Great movie give you such a stress you wanna kill yourself and an awsome cast
Horrifying depiction of misogyny in the old West which feels at times more lurid than historical. Intriguingly written main character.
Really heavy. An interesting watch with great acting.
Dark, Unsettling, Horrifying, Violent and a trigger for some. The movie started okay, but it got darker by the minute.
I liked the movie. Its kinda dark and brutal but i like story of main character and acting is amazing
I just watched this for Kit Harington, but Dakota was very good in this and I enjoyed watching it.
described the real world from a dark prespectivel.
One of my favourite movies, a decomposed story with a decomposing antagonist and a strong female character leading the plot, so intense.
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