Like most who check this movie out, i was curious to see what actor Tyler Hoechlin did in his role. But I was surprised that the movie held it's own, and was a really nice slice-of-life story set in rural Texas. Better still, it also shows how a man-child who shuns responsibility (living his life as a rodeo clown) can impact the people around him. At the start, Hoechlin is an irresponsible good ol' boy, but by the end of the film, he learns to grow up and make some life changing choices. No explosions, very little shooting, only a few fist fights, and no nudity to speak of. This is one for mature watchers who want to settle in with a character-driven story.