Those who didn't ride the lonesome trail with the first LONE JUSTICE will be in a favored position to judge this sagebrush saga strictly on its own demerits--anemic acting, a tainted plot-transfusion from HIGH NOON, and clotted direction. These qualities make this journey to a semi-mythic
figure's past a defensible trip only for western groupies of the sort who own dog-eared volumes of Time-Life's series on "Outlaws of the Old West."
Flashing backward in time from his jail cell, Ned Blessing (Brad Johnson) reminisces about skirmishes with a cut-throat bandito and about the desolate frontier town he once called home. Once out of jail, and accompanied by his Jimin...