The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Star power (Jean Arthur and the young William Holden) elevate this routine Western, directed by Wesley Ruggles, better known for helming Cimarron.
It's not as gritty as John Wayne or as romantic as Louis L'Amour, but the flick's a solid enough black & white throwback to keep the Western fans suitably entertained.
Ordinary oater with a quality cast. Jean Arthur seems uncomfortable in her role, she tries too hard to be at home in the western setting and therefore sticks out like a sore thumb. William Holden, still 10 years away from his megastardom, is more at home on the range and while callow makes a believable cowpoke. The rest of the cast is full of reliable supporting players and the script isn't bad although it blows the climax by having it happen off screen. For fans of the stars or westerns it's worth catching but nothing special.
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