Taylor Sheridan delivers for the third year in a row. Way more deserving of your money this week than The Dark Tower.
Hey, it can't possibly expect match the unbridled energy and inventiveness of the first, but it's a welcome and fitting follow up with only a wee tinge of cash-in nostalgia. Much consideration to the characters' maturation -- or lack thereof, in some cases -- and the inevitable weary erosion of time. Ewen Bremner, especially, deserves praise for shouldering much of the emotional heavy lifting.