• The Kiwi-made offbeat western “Good for Nothing" features an outlaw (Cohen Holloway) of few words who suffers from erectile dysfunction, a feisty Englishwoman (Inge Rademeyer) who is his confused captive, and a posse intent on killing them both. Could you ever see Clint Eastwood in that position?

Opening March 9 in limited release, “Good for Nothing” is not the first western to skew the genre. Though having an outlaw with performance anxiety seems weird for a western, there are several films that also have a unique twist on traditional western themes. Here’s a look at other offbeat westerns worth viewing.

    The Kiwi-made offbeat western “Good for Nothing" features an outlaw (Cohen Holloway) of few words who suffers from erectile dysfunction, a feisty Englishwoman (Inge Rademeyer) who is his confused captive, and a posse intent on killing them both. Could you ever see Clint Eastwood in that position?

    Opening March 9 in limited release, “Good for Nothing” is not the first western to skew the genre. Though having an outlaw with performance anxiety seems weird for a western, there are several films that also have a unique twist on traditional western themes. Here’s a look at other offbeat westerns worth viewing.

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