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Movie review: 'Good Day for It'

Movie review: 'Good Day for It'

Making a film that transports all the conceits that make a western a western -- concerns about loyalty and family, tradition and honor -- to a contemporary setting is mighty ambitious. Yet, with "Good Day for It," that's precisely the aim of director Nick Stagliano.

Working from a screenplay he co-wrote with James Canfield Wolf, Stagliano follows a mysterious drifter with a past (Robert Patrick) who returns to a small town to meet the long-lost daughter he has never known, only to be confronted by unsavory former associates (a gang that includes Robert Englund and Lance Henriksen).

Having two legends of dubious filmmaking such as Patrick and Henriksen is something of...

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