Hell on Wheels Review: Pride and Prejudice

If you happen to have any connection to the murder of Cullen Bohannon's wife, you're going to get a bullet to the body. No excuses. No free rides. Only death.

I love that Bohannon has a one track mind. It's all about revenge (he and Emily VanCamp have something in common) and he never looked so good doing it. Maybe it's the variety of camera angles or maybe it's the fierce gaze of no redemption, but Bohannon shooting a gun brings out that classic western feel of coolness and a cold attitude you can't help but enjoy.

Yet, even as his focus remains on finding Sergeant Frank Harper, Bohannon is still able to reveal acts of humanity and consideration to those around him. Letting Ferguson attempt to prove himself by taking over the white men's work, rescuing Lily Bell and protecting her, and even preventing Joseph Black Moon from becoming the scapegoat people were looking for, they all showed a side still clinging to a sense of goodness. Read More...



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