The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (11)
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A treasure trove of content for Presleyologists who interpret Elvis as a repository and reflector of America's conflicted and evolving attitudes toward youth, class, race and sex.
The filmmaking may be a little ramshackle, but it's sensitive, and the performances are soulful.
...proves that Elvis didn't just get lucky with his first performance; the boy could actually act.
Famed action director Don Siegel saw an element of raw danger in Elvis and gave him his very best role in this excellent quasi-Western.
Less an "Elvis film" than a western starring young Presley in a surprisingly well cast role, this lean frontier drama... offers one of his most impressive performances.
Elvis' best performance, in a solid Don Siegel Western
An emotionally charged liberal themed Western that keeps things rocking.
Among the best Presley features; directed by Don Siegel.
Although the sight of a shirtless Elvis wrestling a native warrior is fascinating enough, there are few surprises in the sequence of events.
Pretty good Elvis vehicle; the young man could act.
Only okay as westerns go and actually very dark at the end but miles ahead of most of the tripe that Elvis was thrown into by the Colonel.
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