“Deadwood—The Movie,” March 28, 2021 (2019), DVD. We both really liked this return to the incredibly vulgar, obscene, corrupt and immoral world of Deadwood, South Dakota in its mining days. It featured the entire cast of the original series and was written by but not directed by David Milch, who did the three season series until it was inexplicably cancelled by HBO. Ian McShane who played the leading anti-hero of the piece went to HBO and read them the riot act to get this produced, in part as a tribute to Milch, who was slipping deeper into Alzheimer’s Disease (he’s still alive.) It’s a very enjoyable, sometimes overly sentimental, if violent and nasty look at these characters 10 years down the road. And it’s the end of the road for some. It promises hopeful new beginnings for others. It’s historical accuracy gives spotty a bad name, but it’s a fun film to watch if you’ve seen the series. Watching this also makes you realize how much more Milch was able to get out of his actors. The attached short about Milch is a love letter from his actors. See it.