The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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Makes you wonder how the film could be so terrible if the novel got some good reviews and was even chosen a Book-of-the-Month Club selection.
Smart enough to keep you watching and earn your forgiveness for clunky moments along the way
A typically heavy-handed sci-fi parable from the 1950s...
A premissa, que poderia gerar uma discussão filosófica fascinante, é arruinada pela abordagem preconceituosa e repulsiva de uma Hollywood no auge da Guerra Fria.
Some sci-fi is somewhat based, however loosely, on established reality and then there's the other kind, the sci-fi that simply runs amok with speculation and fantasy. This is that latter breed, rooted in 1950's Cold War fears and yet looking to the skies (as some do nowadays) for saving redemption. That happens when a visitor from a dying outer space clan offer the residents of good ol' Ma Earth a choice: utter war or no? Like the 50's this seems clunky and awkward to our modern day aesthetics, but its well meaningness might turn a few converts despite some heavy-handed plot decisions.
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