The title pretty much tells the story, as two historical characters -- one real, one fantasy -- collide in an awful mess of a plot that has Jesse James seeking medical help for his shooting buddy from the most unlikely doctor in town. The story, the acting, the dialogue -- it's all a mess, and it's only Joe Bob's commentary track that salvages anything from this production.
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Set in the beautiful Swiss Alps, Youth sees Michael Caine & Harvey Keitel in a fine piece of work.