Director: Errol Sack
Writer: Clint Lilley, Errol Sack, Steven Shaffer (Screenplay)
Starring: Vernon Wells, Natalie Burn, Patrick Gorman, Bonnie Morgan, Don Collider, Rich Ting, Kacie Borrowman, Chris Northup
Plot: In this classic action-packed Spaghetti-style Western, the line between the good guys and the bad guys is blurred as ruthless bounty hunters No Name and Dynamite Davenport shoot their way through the Wild West collecting rewards and making more enemies than friends. But with the outlaw John Wilkes Booth on the run and gold hidden in the hills, justice must be served.
Runtime: 1 Hour 31 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: No Name and Dynamite starts as we meet the bounty hunting partnership of No Name (Northup) and Dynamite Davenport (Ting) who go their own way to collect the bounties, but help each other out when it comes to the more challenging bounties.
As the pair find themselves with their latest target, they will find themselves getting into a larger amount of troubles along the way to collect their latest bounty.
Thoughts on No Name and Dynamite
Thoughts – No Name and Dynamite is a western adventure film following a pair of bounty hunters roaming around the wild west looking to collect bounties on the outlaws hiding away. While the chemistry between the leading pair is fun with Chris Northup and Rich Ting, bringing everything to the roles, the rest of the story does feel like it does drag along without much happening. When it comes to the main part of the story, we are focusing on where the hunt will take the pair next, with a look at bringing along real life outlaws into their story. In the world of westerns, this is an entry that wants to help build future adventures, so we don’t get the biggest bit of peril along the way either. When it comes to the headshots, the special effects used are not the strongest either.
Final Thoughts – No Name and Dynamite is a simple entry to the western, looking to build more adventures.