"This is not the place you read about in books, this is no place for a lady." Isabella Montgomery (Rademeyer) is new to town. Against everyone's wishes she moved and wishes to start her life in the wild western town. While out on her own a cowboy (Holloway) sees her and attempts to have his way with her. Frustrated when he isn't able to, he decides to kidnap her and keep her until he is able to function again. This is another in the long list of unimpressive and drawn out westerns. I'm not sure what happened to this genre but why is it so hard to make a good one anymore? Unlike most of the recent entries this one isn't really cheesy, just seems to have no point. The closest I can come to thinking what the plot is is a cowboy tries to rape a strange woman...then they start to fall in love. Not really sure what else was going on but I was really bored with this one. I am still waiting for a good western to come out. To me "Open Range" was the last good one. Overall, drawn out and boring, much like the last 10 or so westerns that have come out. I give it a C-.
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Good for Nothing (2011)
Good for Nothing is a movie starring Cohen Holloway, Inge Rademeyer, and Jon Pheloung. A young English woman is immigrating to her uncle's ranch - but is kidnapped on the way by a rugged outlaw who discovers a problem he never knew...
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A young English woman is immigrating to her uncle's ranch - but is kidnapped on the way by a rugged outlaw who discovers a problem he never knew he had - leading them on a wild ride across the West.
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Another long and drawn out disappointing western. Could have been worse, but not much. I say C-Reviewed bycosmo_tigerVote: 4/10
Isabella (Inge Rademeyer) comes from England to the US to stay at her uncle's ranch. She is kidnapped by The Man (Cohen Holloway) who is interested in her for a poke, but his ED prevails and he searches for a cure dragging her along. Because he doesn't know what is happening to him he tells a doctor that his "d**k is broke" and wants help.
I saw the DVD cover and saw The Man who looked a lot like Lee Van Cleef, with those piercing eyes, from the Spaghetti Westerns with Clint Eastwood back in the day, and, I figured I was in for a good time. Well, this is a different kind of western, but I stayed with it. There was almost no dialogue for the longest time. It took me a while to figure out what was going on and when his clumsy attempt at a "poke" didn't happen, it all made sense and he seeks help from a doctor in the next town. Long story short: The Man keeps getting advice that leads him to the Chinese and the Indians who may be able to help. All the while Isabella is tied up and taken along so she cannot get away.
The posse is hot on their trail with instructions to shoot the woman they labeled the "whore" on sight as they believe she helped The Man when he shot the Sheriff and bonuses will be paid.
When the posse catches up with The Man and his "whore" everything changes and there will be surprises for you to ponder. The ending is perfect.
I believe that if this movie had better music more people would know about it and an instant classic would be launched because all is good, the acting, dialogues and the tension that pervades everything. The chemistry between Isabella and The Man is truly something to watch as the relationship evolves. The cinematography is simply outstanding.
Of course, as you go along with this, you will know why the title is what it is, but for you this is good for something, a different kind of western that you will enjoy. (7/10)
Violence: Yes. Sex: No. Attempted rape: Yes. Nudity: No. Slang term for genitals: Yes, only mentioned once in the beginning. Language: No.
Good for Nothing... I saw the first poster, then the first teaser, and then the trailer, and I waited expecting something like "Silverado" or "Open Range", or maybe a Clintstwoodsque movie. Then I read the reviews, some of them so unfavorable, that when I finally got to the movie I was ready for disappointment? western- hell, no! Would I see this movie again? YES! I have been "training" my daughter into the world of movies worth to watch, she begin her "studies" as a kid with Casablanca, Grease, Silverado, and now I have to introduce her to this one, why? You may ask... to enjoy the performance of this actor called Cohen Holloway, whose character is a dumb-ass-cold blooded-impotent-kidnapper-killer, that seemed to be a born loser. Some did not like this movie, well, so many did not like "Unforgivable", why? Because it did not fall into the "Duke" category, or the Sergio Leone "Spaghetti Western", my point? This is a story that could have been set in the gangster era or in a drug fueled scenery. Regardless of the settings, it's a story written (and directed) in a way of those movies that are just unforgettable, it's that so that when I get older I will keep remembering the ending... I could spoil it for you?, instead, I will just say: do not expect the romance to blossom, be ready for a less fortunate "Rick Blaine" (who walks away unharmed), and certainly not "Ilsa Lund", here the "heroine" is indifferent and detached of compromising even with herself, yes ,you won't get the so clichéd happy ending. After being warned, get ready to get "Shane" in a more Shakespearean way. If you are willing to give a chance to this well-made movie, be aware that this is not your USA, production, Mexican or Italian, heck, not even "The Good the Bad and the Weird" this movie stands on its very own, even the soundtrack is great! As I say sometimes: "if you really understand movies, you have to watch this, so put your expectations outside the door and enjoy".