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The Old West is portrayed as a venal loony bin in Sweetwater, a handsomely designed, occasionally funny but ultimately empty female vengeance yarn. Read full review
Rare is the Western that’s too low-rent to be satisfyingly lurid, but with hardly any tension or personality to its name, Sweetwater just misses the mark. Read full review
As violent act begets silly exchange begets another violent act, Sweetwater squanders its noteworthy resources — a cast enjoying themselves (especially Isaacs and Harris), and some effectively brooding outdoor cinematography. Read full review
That Sweetwater is so generic doesn't prevent it from being intermittently entertaining. Read full review
The characters aren’t the only things painted in broad strokes. Sweetwater is rife with gauche symbolism and imagery. Read full review
Fancy-sounding dialogue and handsome widescreen lensing goes only so far to disguise the shallowness of the underlying material. Read full review
A revenge-fantasy Western that wants to luxuriate in its B-movie roots but suffers from dull direction and an even duller central performance. Read full review
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