The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Unusual Western, with eerie, sinister atmosphere, lots of political commentary, and strange relationships.
Above average western covering the Quantrill territory, full of fiction over fact, and starring John Wayne and Roy Rogers.
Nominated for the Interior Decoration and Score Oscars, this John Wayne pre-Civil War adventure is better than the norm due to Raoul Walsh's direction and good cast.
Republic's costliest film; it was also its biggest box office hit.
While this is a John Wayne Western, and the big goof is indeed here and doing the typical John Wayne thing (with nearly every line peppered w/a reference to how great Texas is, statewise), but this is not really his show. In point of fact his is the most cliche and flat of every role in this. Everyone else is having a time spreading their wings and breaking their usual movieland duties. Walter Pidgeon plays the bad guy (because his 'good guy' is so very in-your-face underappreciated), Roy Rodgers is a murderer, and Marjorie Main very nearly embodies the figure of Death itself. I blame the director, Raoul Walsh, who makes this a cowboy feature where the horses don't walk away (trot?) with the whole dang shebang. A better-than-most Western and well worth your time.
Not bad revisionist take on Quantrill's Raiders repurposed into a John Wayne vehicle. The film, the followup to Stagecoach, was the picture that actually confirmed the Duke's marketability since it ended up being a huge hit. Roy Rogers, free of Trigger for a change, does a good job as Claire's brother.
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