Walter Hill's naturalistic retelling of the oft filmed tale of Jesse James. The film also has the novelty of real-life siblings playing the various outlaw siblings, with Robert, Keith and Robert Carradine as the Younger brother, Stacy and James Keach as Frank and Jesse James, Randy and Dennis Quaid and the Miller brothers, and Nicholas and Christoper Guest as the Ford brothers. Beside that gimmick, which is actually a pretty cool gimmick, it's a well made western that is far more concerned about the characters' relationships with one another and their lives outside of being outlaws. There are still a number of shootout and robberies, but that is not the focus of this film. As you guess from the casting, family plays a major theme in the film.