Andy Webster(New York Times):A fragile movie of humble, welcome charms.
John Anderson(Variety):A fool New Zealand parody with a intonation so deadpan it becomes laugh-in a puzzle-loud funny.
Nick Pinkerton(Village Voice):Good with respect to Nothing has a nice comic idea of the brushfire eruptions of Western ravishment...
Avi Offer(NYC Movie Guru):An comical, well-shot deadpan comedy that pokes subversive fun at the American Western genre, otherwise than that it eventually loses comedic steam.
Brent Simon(About.com):Though well acted, this Kiwi-shot Western would've done better to dress more time with its leads, and ditch deadpan attempts at a subplot of pursuers that has none reasonable payoff.
Ethan Alter(Television Without Pity):The background prospect is frequently more interesting than what's going on in the foreground.
Blake French(Filmcritic.com):there just isn't enough that happens in the thin skin to justify a 92 minute running time
Sam Adams(AV Club):The film's antipodean locales provide plenty of uncharted province, vast expanses of untamed land that make an ~ endless opportunity but little guidance. A soul could get lost out there, and Wallis does.
Chuck Bowen(Slant Magazine):The call is apropos, but it's too an understatement.