It's the usual combo of high concept and low execution, and not even Jonathan Kaplan's background as an exploitation director can bail him out. The various problems here include boredom and silliness. Madeleine Stowe, Mary Stuart Masterson, Drew Barrymore, and Andie MacDowell star as prostitutes who become gunfighters to defend their lives and honor, and while it's good to see four strong women in a western for a change, it's not much fun to encounter the hectoring sound track (bad wall-to-wall music and very loud sound effects) and find the screenwriters (Ken Friedman and Yolande Finch) feebly modeling their showdown on The Wild Bunch. But if you're a sunset buff, this movie has at least three peachy ones—two of them orange red and the last one lemon yellow. With James Russo, James LeGros, Robert Loggia, and Dermot Mulroney.