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It's so easy to read the title and think this film to be a cheese fest because even Canadians like me can't take the symbol of the mountie seriously. However regardless it symbolizes law for us Canadians. With that in mind this film does a credible job in fashioning a western out of the Canadian rockies. The cinematography is absolutely astounding. Acting however is very hammy. However a very well done Canadian Western.
Very intense telling of the only Shakespeare story I like, only a screwed p like like Polanski could make something like this but honestly I wish any Shakespeare adaptation was like this. Bluntness without all the silly majesty and over blown bullshit that all the others seem to have (especially from Kenneth Brangagh). However Throne Of Blood is still better than this one.
I can't understand how some people didn't like this movie, I think it's because in this movie the women hold most of the cards and the guys have no power at all. That is the fun part. Its hyper sexual but never in a oh look it's sex way its always funny and silly.
I normally find period movies to be fairly over dramatic and boring, this one is hardly over dramatic. While dry it plays like a well read novel. Fassbender continues to own the screen, everyone in this film feels like they belong there, that is the mark of a good direction.
A surprisingly entertaining film that I am sure no one has heard of. It's worth watching. Its easily Sigourney Weaver's film she owns it from her first scene.