Michael Rechtshaffen The Hollywood Reporter
Imagine a Kiwi spaghetti western filtered through the offbeat sensibilities of early Sam Raimi or the Coen brothers and you've pretty much got the picture that is Good for Nothing. show more
Chuck Bowen Slant Magazine
The title is apropos, but it's also an understatement. show more
Nick Pinkerton Village Voice
Good for Nothing has a nice comic sense of the brushfire eruptions of Western violence. show more
The New York Times
Good for Nothing may be slight, but it portends a promising frontier for Mr. Wallis. show more
A droll New Zealand parody with a tone so deadpan it becomes laugh-out-loud funny. show more
Sam Adams The A.V. Club
Good For Nothing is billed as the first Western shot in New Zealand, but that tourist-brochure distinction pales besides its more pungent claim to fame as the first Western whose hero spends the entire film attempting to overcome a bout of erectile dysfunction. show more
March 23, 2014 Bruce
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I just saw Good For Nothing and it was at times a good movie at times great. It was slow only two times but it takes place at a time that nothing happened fast except gun fights.
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