The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The radicalized howl to Broken Arrow's amenable mewl
Burt Lancaster joins a long line of white actors who played native Americans in this brutal Western, directed by the young Robert Aldrich, who was forced to change the ending.
Colorful and rousing.
... not a total success, but overcomes its leaden storytelling by being muscular and accepting of the Apache culture without being patronizing.
This is a horrible western. First of all, are we really supposed to believe that Lancaster is a Native American? It's too obvious he's not. Second, the story is wandering. Lastly, don't waste your time.
Great film. Well acted despite the cheesy 'blacking up'. Typical western in every other respect.
Enjoyable western that takes the "native american" side by pointing out the terrible racism perpetrated by white people. By blacking up white actors and having them say "white man speak with forked tongue". Sigh. At least Burt's heart was in the right place...
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