First up, Roger Ebert gives it
Comic Book Movies gives it a B-.
Canadian Press doesn't care for it.
Movies Online give it 4 out 10.
Orlando Sentinel graces it with 2 out of 4.
Portland Oregon didn't care for it much.
Metromix in Chicago gives it a thumbs down.
Hollywood Reporter laments that too much of the film ended up on the editing room floor.
St Petersburg Times is thinking about revisiting it on DVD.
NPR is one reviewer who actually gets all the facts straight about Jonah (except one, can you spot it?) before handing out the thumbs down.
Hampton Roads loved the film.
National Post gas it's doubts regarding the final outcome.
The Toronto Sun hated it, but then again, they refer to Jonah Hex as an "oft-canceled..western outlaw" and call Jonah Hex as a "failed comic". There is a reporter that doesn't get facts straight.
The Huffington Post, sadly, can't review a movie without making a correlation between the Tea Party movement and suicide bombers.
The Christian Science Monitor keeps it short and sweet, and doesn't like it.