Note: as this film is under embargo until its release in the Seattle area, here are exactly 75 words.
Like Hell or High Water and Sicario, for which he wrote the scripts, Taylor Sheridan’s second feature is the story of manly men and women doing manly things in a manly genre and a manly wilderness. This time, it’s a park ranger (Jeremy Renner) helping an FBI agent (Elizabeth Olsen) track down a murderer on a reservation. The ending’s a disaster, but strong performances from Native actors Gil Birmingham and Graham Greene almost redeem it.
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