The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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as lovely a Western as I've seen in a long time... The movie is rough but it is almost always tender.
Less a plot-driven Western oater, Monte Walsh is more a slow-moving but satisfying contemplation on the end days of the cowboy life.
The elegaic Western paints a bleak picture of the Old West coming to an end and of a group of cowboys desperately trying to hold onto an era.
Marvin and Palance well cast in tale of has been cowboys meeting changes in Old West.
Lee Marvin and Jack Palance are middle-aged ranch hands struggling to make a living in a rapidly changing world. Corporations are buying up huge tracts of land and fencing them in, driving open-range cowboys, like Marvin and Palance, to near extinction.
There is an abundance of 'western' staples to be found here, things like saloon girls and poker games and bar room brawls and gunfights. Marvin's portrayal of Monte Walsh is solid. He's the quintessential, hard-living, hard-loving cowboy decked out with chaps and spurs and, in the end, fighting for all that is right and decent. Good film, great western.
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