The good old Hollywood western: friendship, romance, guns, villainy, heroism, guns, disease, gambling, guns, liquor, law, guns, and Sam Elliott. Nothing too deep to dive into here, but that doesn't mean it isn't fun, because it is fun. The cinematography is nice, there's a lot of warm colors in there that make the movie POP, along with some nice lighting (The dark, yet warm overlight in the saloon, and that really cool shot of Kurt Russell against the sun walking towards the foreground light). This also contains some of the most charismatic actors you could have (Kurt Russell, Val Kilmer in a great Doc Holliday performance, Michael Biehn, Bill Paxton, Stephen Lang, POWERS FUCKING BOOTH) and everyone has some material to shine. The third act feels more like a montage than it does a finale in some parts, but overall, this movie is a really good time.