Welcome to “Drunken Shit”, a twenty minute ramble between some guys in the pub.
It’ll be fine, look at my nose. Crying like a child. Computer Games. Old man fart. Drunken calls. Oh look, you can see it move.
NSFW. MAY CONTAIN MATERIAL SOME MIGHT FIND OFFENSIVE.
Directed by Jimmy Hayward
Starring Josh Brolin, John Malkovich, Michael Fassbender and Megan Fox
A sweaty, dirty mess of a film, Jonah Hex fails to make a great impression despite a pair of good efforts by Josh Brolin and Michael Fassbender.
Starting out well, with an opeing scene that gives us the insanity of having a pair of gatling guns strapped to a horse (which rotates like a gun emplacement, seriously, it does, it’s inspired), the film soon loses steam and begins to drown in the mess that is its wafer thin plot and one-dimensional characters.
Seriously screwing up what could have been a great premise, Jonah Hex fails to be what it should really have been, that being a great supernatural-tinted western. It has occasional fun moments, such as the aforementioned opening sequence, and the action sequences and score by Mastadon offer glimpses of what could have been, but ultimately it is such as mess that it is almost unitentionally humourous at times.