Dad of Divas' Reviews: DVD Review - The Virginian

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

DVD Review - The Virginian

The Virginian
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About the Movie
Grammy Award® winning country music artist Trace Adkins (The Lincoln Lawyer) and Golden Globe® winner Ron Perlman (“Sons of Anarchy,” Pacific Rim) star in the all-new gun-slinging western The Virginian, will be locked and loaded on Blu-ray and DVD exclusively at Walmart and Sam’s Club, as well as digitally everywhere, January 7 from Cinedigm and Nasser Entertainment. Based on the long-running classic television series “The Virginian,” this all-new adaptation is directed by Thomas Makowski (WWJD: What Would Jesus Do?) and also features Brendan Penny (“Supernatural”).

A riveting and action-packed western, The Virginian tells the story of a handsome and enigmatic enforcer (Adkins) for a cattle baron (Ron Perlman) in Wyoming, who took him in after his parents were killed. Set against the backdrop of the Old West, the story of the Virginian’s past unfolds amidst a wealth of corruption, deception and gunplay, and the drama lays bare an unwritten law of the times: justice is a loaded gun. Packed with rustlers, romance and revenge, The Virginian rides onto Blu-ray and DVD for the suggested retail prices of $19.97 and $14.93, respectively. The film will also be available digitally everywhere.

My Take on the Movie
This movie was a lot better than I had thought it would be. It had great action and good writing. The acting was also not too bad and draws you into the movie itself so that you can relate to the characters and the overall plot. The movie was compelling and was a fun adventure. Be ready for some twists and turns as well as a bit of romance and vigilante justice. All-in-all though if you love a good Western, you will have a blast watching this more modern Western, I know that I did!

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