I didn't see "Goodnight for Justice," the highest-rated film ever on the Hallmark Channel. But I can recognize what must have been its quiet charms in "Goodnight for Justice: The Measure of a Man" (8 tonight, Hallmark Movie Channel).
It's a Western where bullets miss more targets than they hit yet when they do hit, the deaths they cause are bloodless or shown from a distance. And even though there's an angry torch carrying mob, it stays a respectful distance away, so as not to really burn anything down.
In other words, it's old-fashioned, and what's wrong with that?