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The DuelSet in the Great Plains during 1880s, the film follows a Texas Ranger (Liam Hemsworth) as he investigates a series of unexplained deaths in a town called Helena that's run by a charismatic preacher (Woody Harrelson).
Actors of "The Duel"
Characters of "The Duel"
Directors of "The Duel"Kieran Darcy-SmithBirthdate: 12 June 1965, Mona Vale, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Creators of "The Duel"Matt Cook
Critic Reviews of "The Duel"Los Angeles TimesJune 24, 2016
Pretty to look at, but the story itself is overly long and overly wrought, a flabby two-hour tale that feels about three.Newark Star-LedgerJune 24, 2016
Even when "The Duel" isn't very good, at least it's bad in surprising ways.New York TimesJune 23, 2016
"The Duel" has a few ideas and a glint of politics but is largely characterized by its perplexing shifts in tone and unpersuasive story turns.New York ObserverJune 23, 2016
Situations are not always convincing, and motivations are so weak that whole sections of explanation seem to be missing.AV ClubJune 23, 2016
Blessed with solid supporting character work and several scenes of genuine good fun, the movie manages to make its nearly two-hour run-time pass by easily enough, but not so much so that the seams on this patchwork quilt don't still show.Seattle TimesJune 23, 2016
Despite promising elements of mixed-genre thrills, the film is finally the underwhelming sum of too many plot devices.Film InquiryFebruary 22, 2017
It's not entirely forgettable, yet in our current world where even big stars don't sell movie tickets, The Duel had to have something more in order to really be successful. The film is an unfortunate misfire.FILMINK (Australia)December 17, 2016
Ambiguous in its morality...Common Sense MediaJuly 07, 2016
Muddled, violent Western echoes Apocalypse Now.ReelTalk Movie ReviewsJuly 02, 2016
Woody Harrelson and Liam Hemsworth try their best to save this very slow-moving Western.Blu-ray.comJune 30, 2016
For those capable of working past such strangeness at times, there's plenty to admire about the effort, which hits genre highlights while remaining in a dark place.We Got This CoveredJune 26, 2016
The Duel is a forgettable, muddled affair that wastes its two charismatic leads on endless scenes of tonal wonkiness.
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