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Just another bad Hollywood western farce with a cast of young Hollywood stars and a go nowhere script.
| Original Score: 1/4
A real loser, lock, stock and barrel.
| Original Score: 1/5
Large cast is uniformly fine with tongue-twisting, pulpy dialogue, though pic presents only brief flashes of what look to be fully realized characterizations jettisoned at some point during production or post.
The film has very little energy and originality.
| Original Score: 2/5
A documentary on baseball's Texas Rangers and their last-place season would have been more interesting.
A bit of a mess, but it's not unenjoyable and it boasts a kind of absurd sincerity that's actually rather appealing.
| Original Score: 3/5
The storyline is awfully thin...and even at a running time of around 81 minutes (without credits), the movie does tend to drag in certain sections.
| Original Score: 2/4
Call it Dude, Where's My Horse?
| Original Score: 1.5/5
[A] almost refreshing for its total lack of ambition.
A hip, cool western featuring some of today's hottest young stars.
As dull as its title.
| Original Score: 1.5/4
Mediocre movies know no genres.
| Original Score: 5/10
If you like most Western films, you'll probably enjoy Texas Rangers -- it's slightly above average in the genre -- but if you aren't a fan of Westerns, this one certainly won't sway your opinion.
| Original Score: 61/100
Texas Rangers is a generic, gun-toting fable -- a dull, laughable cactus costume drama that has no significant appeal to it other than to boast the empty machismo antics of its leads.
Just a lame cowboy movie that doesn't warrant your attention. Or mine.
The best thing about this half-cocked shoot-em-up is the beautiful, rugged scenery -- and, of course, by that we mean the cast.
| Original Score: C-
Hats. Lots of great Western hats are about all there is to Texas Rangers.
The end result may not be a full-blown disaster, but it comes close.
Hackneyed retread of ancient Western shtick.