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provided Lawman John Reid, the square-jawed, Eastern-educated masked man played by Armie Hammer (“The Social Network,” “J. Edgar”) is only slightly more comfortable in Verbinski’s venal Old West than Bob Hope was in the “Paleface” comedies. But this is no comedy, or rather, the attempts at muttered wisecracks (“What’s with the mask?” queries a wise old native chief) and elaborate Buster Keaton-inspired stunt work sit uneasily alongside scarifying attack rabbits or minor characters (such as Stephen Root’s railroad man) getting shot in the back and screaming in pain while someone makes a speech. Most egregiously, we have the psychopathic outlaw Butch Cavendish, played by William Fichtner, who doesn’t merely shoot and kill Reid’s Ranger brother; he cuts out his heart and eats it. Uh, fellas? Who the hi-yo Silver is this movie for?