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Byline: Chris Hewitt
You can lead a pretty boy to grime but you can't make him dirty.
Oh, the "Texas Rangers," at least four of whom are played by alumni of People's 50 Most Beautiful People list, have a smudge here or an unshaven cheek there, but all of `em look like they've spent more time getting facials than riding the range. And they don't speak like rangers, either. Despite varied attempts at accents, most of the actors sound like they're in "Dude, Where's My Conestoga?"
Aside from that, "Texas Rangers" isn't half-bad. A movie that's been sitting on the shelf as long as this one is usually laughable, chintzy or dreadfully acted, but "Texas …