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Technically speaking, The Last of the Wild Horses is not really that bad of a film. Sure it can boring at times, but it's very much a decent western. I've seen worse westerns in my life and this one is much better than those. The story is that a young guy rides into town causing trouble with everybody he meets. He attempts to help an old man in a wheelchair and his daughter who are caught in a fight against a corrupt deputy and his men. It's a pretty standard western fare as far as that goes, but it does follow through on its story and also holds your interest at times, so I can't say too much bad about it. It's also yet another Robert L. Lippert production that was lampooned a bit on an episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000.
Slow, dull western with uninteresting characters and flaws all over. The MST3K episode this was featured on was more interesting.
Boring cowboy movie.
Bad western. Good thing the MST3K crew is there for this one.
MST3K Version: The movie is terrible but the episode sports some of the best MST3K hosting segments ever.
This was really boring, with really grating characters. I don't even know if 'grating' is a personality trait, but it's terribly fitting. To be honest, I only asked for this film to be added so I could put it in my MST3k list :$