Let me start by saying, coolest celebrity I have ever met, by far. And yes I have met a few, here in Bozeman and in other cities. I consider anyone I meet my friend, until you're not...if you know what I mean. (wink wink)

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With that being said, my friend Sam Elliot has been in the headlines a few times in the last month. From bashing a "Montana themed" movie to the latest regarding the Yellowstone series.

It started with Elliot's comment calling the award winning film, "The Power of the Dog", "a piece of S**T". I watched the movie when it first came out, personal opinion, not a fan. Sam Elliot had a point when he made his harsh comment.

The movie was filmed in New Zealand, no where near Montana. I think, if you are going to base an entire movie off of one geographical area, you should at least feature it...once.

Now Elliot has shared his opinion of the Yellowstone Series.

“I’m not a Yellowstone fan. I don’t watch Yellowstone… I love Costner. There’s a lot of good people on the cast, a few of them I’ve worked with before—nothing against any of them—but it’s just too much like f**king Dallas or something for me,” Elliot according to Esquire

I'm not sure about you guys, but I strongly disagree with my friend on this one. It took me a hot minute to watch the series, I like to binge no less than three seasons of a show at a time, I'm cool like that, but when I did start to watch it, I couldn't stop.

What was Elliot hoping to "get" out of the series? Honestly, he has been in so many different films/shows, played so many different characters, what was he actually looking for?

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Do you agree or disagree with Elliot regarding Yellowstone? Mind you, Elliot was in the prequel, 1883.

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