Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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A young John Wayne is a delight playing a millionaire's irresponsible playboy son in this charming romantic comedy.
Budget cheapie with the Duke out of the saddle and in a business suit and a tux! The acting is rough and the production values nil.
In this 1933 departure from the norm, the Duke plays a city-fied, scion of millions, jaunty, womanising playboy type ("Where'd that taco sauce come from?" "New York City?!?") after the good minister's godly granddaughter. Can he change from cad to do-right? Interesting only to see Wayne try his casual sophisticate chops, which is Cary Grant territory, pardner. He ain't half bad neither.
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