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Watching [Carano] is fun for a little bit, but seeing her talents thoroughly wasted becomes more depressing than anything else.
"Scorched Earth" is the sort of divertingly hokey post-apocalyptic B-movie that would have amused undiscriminating Blockbuster Video renters a generation ago, and now might pass muster as the pilot for a weekly SyFy series.
A decent premise - and a game Gina Carano - get left in the dust kicked up by "Scorched Earth," a dull, draggy post-apocalyptic western set in the not-too-distant, environmentally toxic future.
Bolstered by a strong lead performance from Carano, great action set pieces, and impressive world-building, this is one action-thriller that delivers on both of those fronts.
Gina Carano roams a mild yet tedious postapocalyptic wasteland as a bounty hunter, and either you are here for this lady badass of our feminazi dreams, or you are not.
[T]here's so much more the screenplay by Kevin Leeson and Bobby Mort could be doing with this world.
The result is a film that plainly falls short of its goals.
Post-apocalyptic westerns don't come much more lethargic and unoriginal than this B-movie.
Howitt loses the battle with his limited budget and inexperience with B-movie ruin, keeping the end of the world flavorless, anticlimactic, and wasteful with the few good ideas that pop up as the story unfolds.
Hell, for Gina Carano, would be a film future of no-budget D-grade sci-fi like this
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