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Cowgirls vs. Pterodactyls 2021 123movies

Cowgirls vs. Pterodactyls 2021 123movies

Jan. 22, 202173 Min.
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Watch: Cowgirls vs. Pterodactyls 2021 123movies, Full Movie Online – After her husband is taken by a malicious pterodactyl, a schoolteacher enlists the help of a prostitute and a gunslinger to rescue him..
Plot: After her husband is taken by a malicious pterodactyl, a schoolteacher enlists the help of a prostitute and a gunslinger to rescue him.
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File under “why not?”
The title alone says so much, but the first 3-4 minutes tell us everything we need to know about ‘Cowgirls vs. Pterodactyls.’ We get our first peek at the flying reptiles, and as subpar Ray Harryhausen-style creations, they neatly fit with the low budget nature of the production that includes bare-faced, unembellished cinematography that’s nearly on the level of “home video.” Heavy use of still images are accompanied by Martine Beswick’s (!) ham-handed narration to provide exposition, and the very first scenes to greet us, like all to follow, are characterized by dialogue, costume design, filming locations and set design, and acting that all generally meet the bare minimum requirements to be called “serviceable” (and scarcely deign to exceed that base level). Transitions and otherwise editing are curt and brusque, including where the pterodactyls are inserted into scenes, and sometimes painted over with very modest visual effects to distract from the forcefulness.

In all fairness, however – none of this matters. Because as the title also portends, ‘Cowgirls vs. Pterodactyls’ is intended and built, truly, for only one thing. In his direction and certainly in his screenplay, Joshua Kennedy wants naught but to entertain. To be sure, one must be prepared to accept direly meager production values to be able to appreciate this. However, so long as you can, this is actually more enjoyable than I expected. The performances that the assembled actors turn in are decidedly over the top, leaning into the low-grade flavor of the feature, yet even within that slant all demonstrate some small measure of nuance and personality that I welcome. I can’t believe I’m saying this, but I genuinely like the cast and their contributions here, especially Madelyn Wiley, Haley Zega, and Carmen Vienhage in the primary roles, and I would like to see what they’re capable of in a film with more duly expansive writing. At all times the special effects can best be described as “shoestring,” and all but painfully overt – and honestly, that goes as well for the music, too – but nor is there any pretense otherwise.

Characters are ostensibly given different backgrounds, motivations, and personalities, but this isn’t the type of picture where these are of major importance. Dialogue is surprisingly filled with cheeky humor that’s more fun than I could have anticipated, and the cast sell the delivery of their lines with aplomb, including the application of some referential humor and anachronisms. That same tongue-in-cheek bent is echoed in the narrative, unquestionably silly but complete and mostly coherent, while also marked with emphatic incongruities; in the writing and realization of scenes, preposterous but varied, and well considered as they provide a good time; and in some specific shots that Kennedy arranges that wink as they mimic big studio westerns. ‘Cowgirls vs. Pterodactyls’ is at once terribly inauthentic – and wonderfully sincere in its ludicrous bombast. I’m not really sure why I like this as much as I do, but sometimes it’s the most blithering nonsense that sparks the imagination, and we’re at a loss to totally account for our reasoning.

Even at only 73 minutes, the feature is arguably a tad longer than it needs to be. A couple scenes are allowed to linger just a bit too much, and the humor isn’t quite sufficient to compensate for the indulgence. Above all, it’s necessary to highlight once again how very, very low-budget this is – any viewer who can’t abide the deep inelegance of a picture that rarely rises above bottom tier production design should immediately point their browser elsewhere. The nearest point of comparison I can draw is ‘Velocipastor,’ yet even that is a tour de force by comparison. And still, for all the possible weaknesses, shortcomings, and faults, I was consistently amused. There is a simple charm and earnestness to a film that is conjured and made on a lark, that everyone involved obviously had a blast making, and that cordially invites all comers to parlay with the absurdity it represents. I understand how this isn’t going to be for everyone – and also can’t help but wonder if those who speak most ill of it have watched the same movie I have. Against all odds, the purely daft gaiety of this lightly funded romp is endearing and satisfying: though I’m unsure who I’d recommend it to – I, for one, find ‘Cowgirls vs. Pterodactyls’ to be to my liking, a frivolous bit of movie-making that’s a fine way to whittle away a small bit of time. What more is there to say?

Review By: I_Ailurophile
Imbecilic and boreing.
Lets just call “Cowgirls vs. Pterodactyls” what it is.

A $3000.00 home movie. Some kids are seriously spoiled!

A woman sees her husband killed by a group of “pteranodons”, and unable to get the local Sheriff to help her, goes out on her own to destroy the euphonious beasts. Gathering together a group of misfits, and a female gunslinger, they do battle with the stop-motion creatures. There are faux moments of female empowerment that simply grate in their naivety.

Direction is limited to extended closeup of people mincing and rolling their eyes, performances are less believable than anything Edward D. Wood and Dolores Fuller attempted.

While there are some stop-motion animated creatures, they are less credible than a hand puppet (which is also used). Effects are amateurish, performances are are not even phoned in, and the dialogue is trite and juvenile.

This is simply a very bad film.

But I guess when your goal is to make a bad film, Success is it’s own justification. But then, so is navel gazing.

Review By: Areles

Other Information:

Original Title Cowgirls vs. Pterodactyls
Release Date 2021-01-22
Release Year 2021

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 13 min (73 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated N/A
Genre Action, Sci-Fi, Western
Director Joshua Kennedy
Writer Joshua Kennedy
Actors Madelyn Wiley, Haley Zega, Carmen Vienhage
Country United States
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A

Original title Cowgirls vs. Pterodactyls
TMDb Rating 7 2 votes

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