Adkins gets a lot of mileage from his trademark snarl and massive physicality as Marshal Walker, a community peacekeeper who’s hesitantly however immovably faithful to his child James (Kaiwi Lyman), an unsteady slime ball with a preference for harsh sex, since he guaranteed his late spouse that he’d generally care for their errant child. That unwaveringness is woefully tried, nonetheless, when James assaults and coincidentally executes the spouse of Jing Phang (John Foo), a railroad specialist (and mortally successful military craftsman) who isn’t so sympathetic as the marshal.
Carefully, Adkins isn’t the saint of the piece. That job is filled incompletely by Foo, who talks delicately and conveys a quick kick, and Sean Patrick Flanery as Chris, a pessimistic tracker enlisted to lead the marshal’s force in a manhunt for the wrathful Jing Phang after the recently bereft railroad specialist slaughters a few different delegates with his exposed delivers a tavern fracas. (Danny Trejo drops by for a passing appearance as a hostile appointee who persuades Chris that, hello, possibly he should move his loyalty.)