Good For Nothing has the potential to become one of the greatest cult westerns of the 21st century! Cohen Holloway comes forward out of the woodwork to bring a stunning performance as the rough outlaw 'The Man.' Cohen leads the movie with his silent, almost grim, posture which is matched only by Clint Eastwood as the Man with No Name. Inge Rademeyer, who plays a proper English woman, creates a character that is wonderfully unique while maintaining her realism. The story line is a wonderful story about 'the Man,' who suffers from erectile dysfunction, and must cross across the American Old West to try to find a cure. The scenery of the movie is fantastic, using the wonderful landscape which is New Zealand. What might be the greatest feature of this movie is the wonderful score, written by John Psathas and performed by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra. With all these factors combine you get a great western movie.
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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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Good For Nothing; More than Good!Reviewed byBatmanispierceVote: 10/10
The first movie I ever saw that really made an impact was in the St John's hall in Waipukurau in about 1978. We didn't have a movie theatre in town, so on the odd Saturday arvo they would show films in the hall.
Dad took me along one Saturday to see "The Outlaw Josey Wales" and fair to say I have been a died & true Western Fan ever since. In my house, we have Western Sunday's every cold & wet winter afternoon.
This film is different, some people won't enjoy it. Do I enjoy it more because it's made in my country and I know some of the locations? I don't know, but I will say it even made my wife laugh and she hates Westerns! Give it a go, you may be surprised.
"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-.