The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Hollywood movies have rarely spoken such tough and tender truths.
This is a jewel of American cinema.
Periodically interesting but ultimately unsatisfying.
Schatzberg throws away the more interesting implications in order to make emotional hay.
I assume that Schatzberg and White wanted somehow to ennoble Max and Lionel, but they sentimentalize them.
There are fine moments, as there would have to be with Hackman and Pacino.
Jerry Schatzberg's film embraces sprawl of both the narrative and geographical variety with freewheeling abandon.
The best film in Schatzberg's small but interesting oeuvre.
A poignant tale of lost souls from a golden age of US cinema.
As a picture of blue-collar America the film is credible and compassionate.
This is no lost classic, but Pacino/Hackman superfans could do a lot, lot worse.
With its two peerless leads delivering riveting performances, this snapshot of the landscape of early 1970s America - external and internal - is a fine entry into the road movie canon.
Scarecrow, is a great road movie, it's very sentimental, but this don't changes the wonderful screenplay, written by Michael White, and the direction of Schatzberg. Hackman and Pacino, show a impressive dynamics due that surely go move who is watching. A surprising motion picture whose show that, the better way to satisfy you self this made the people happy and not fight with they. Scarecrow just like Easy Rider and Midnight Cowboy, are road/buddy sentimental movies, sometimes very similar, but still a good film. Fresh.
Hackman and Pacino are terrific in this underrated road movie, an honest and refreshing character study about two different men who develop an unlikely bond - and the effect it causes on each of them. A great drama that can be funny and also surprisingly touching.
"A crow isn't afraid of a scarecrow. It laughs."
Liked this just as much as Midnight Cowboy
I can't believe more people haven't seen this movie.
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