I can't believe I committed to watching four of these and not just the first one but thank god it's over. Not a huge fan of the gimmick western/faux western/novelty western but this at least dropped the SyFy channel-tier CGI from the third movie
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More structured than Jaglom's earlier A Safe Place but less structured than I would generally desire in a film, Tracks is a meander through the psyche of a Vietnam War veteran suffering from PTSD as he escorts the coffin of a compatriot home for burial. Characteristically bleak for the subject matter and time period, and suffused with the same listlessness as other BBS New Hollywood-era films. Dennis Hopper delivers an uncharacteristically reserved performance for most of the film until things…