Feel exactly the same.Young Guns (1988).
Another strange 80's movie with some Bray Pack alumni.
I loved this as a kid. Emilio Estevez is Billy the Kid, who ends up teaming up with some other "regulators" including Kiefer Sutherland, Charlie Sheen, and Lou Diamond Phillips.
It still has some fun action sequences, but as an overall movie it doesn't hold up the way it does when you are a child.
Mainly because of Billy the Kid. He's an odd hero, because he is a total psycho who is always murdering people.
He's also a terrible character and unbalances the film because he's the smartest, the best shot, the leader, and generally just a pain.
It looks nice and authentic though, and some of the shootouts are still exciting.
Doc was my favourite as a kid. I thought he was cool.Feel exactly the same.
Was 18 when it was released and memory holds it way higher than reality when i watch it nowadays for some reason.
Missus puts in on every few months i suppose and still enjoy it but again you are bang on with Billy.Unhinged to a point of being an annoying cunt and was there any need for it when it unbalances the gang so much?