PG-13 | | Action, Drama, Fantasy
The U.S. military makes a scarred bounty hunter with warrants on his own head an offer he cannot refuse: in exchange for his freedom, he must stop a terrorist who is ready to unleash Hell on Earth.
Vocalist and guitarist for progressive metal band Mastodon, makes a cameo appearance during the scene where the train carrying U.S. soldiers comes under attack. Hinds is wearing a U.S. Army uniform and can be seen among the other soldiers. Mastodon, recruited by the film's director Jimmy Hayward, wrote the soundtrack for Jonah Hex.
War and me took to each other real well. It felt like it had meaning. The feeling of doing what you thought was right. But it wasn't. Folks can believe what they like, but eventually a man's gotta decide if he's gonna do what's right. That choice ...
The Gatling gun setup that Jonah Hex uses in the beginning exhibited no actual recoil as his horse is not shown to be stepping back or bucking when it fires. Additionally, the Gatling gun fires far too many shots as Gatling guns were feed from a stick magazine mounted in the top and were limited to 50 rounds per magazine.
When the Warner Bros logo appears, its accompanying theme is played in a western riff.
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