Texas Rangers Movie Review 2001

Information and Film Reviews for Texas Rangers the Movie

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Western featuring Van Der Beek and Kucher (they're dreamy!) as greenhorns who volunteer to fight bandits along the Rio Grande in 1875 Texas. McDermott's Ranger McNelly of the famous Texas Rangers is their demanding mentor who teaches them a'ropin' and a'shootin'. All are robbed of their families by the bad guys, and there's a passel o' gunfights, but taming the West takes a backseat to the real drama centered mostly around the ailing McNelly's fate in this revenge actioner. Cast is good but hindered by a weak script and direction. After sitting on the shelf for two years, yella-bellied studio execs denied the stale oater an advance screening, well aware of its weak appeal.


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Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 90 minutes.
Originally from United States.

Cast and Crew

Pardners, Period Piece: 19th Century, U.S. Marshals
Scott Busby, Martin Copeland
James Van Der Beek, Dylan McDermott, Ashton Kutcher, Usher Raymond, Robert Patrick, Rachael Leigh Cook, Leonor Varela, Randy Travis, Jon Abrahams, Matt Keeslar, Vincent Spano, Marco Leonardi, Oded Fehr, Joe Spano, Tom Skerritt, Alfred Molina
Daryn Okada
Steve Miner
Trevor Rabin
George Tarrant, Ed Gerrard, Peter Devaney Flanagan, Greg Featherman, Herbert Pinter
Alan Greisman, Frank Price, Dimension Films

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