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A mediocre effort. Very predictable, with the tone varying wildly to little success. The performances are inconsistent. The anachronisms are too frequent to be enjoyed. It’s amusing at times but grimy and grotesque throughout, as well as lacking in substance. In contrast, Reservation Dogs was so successful because, despite how it similarly meandered and refused to settle on a single tone, it told compelling stories about characters one could empathize with. (It’s good to see Gary Farmer again, of course.)