The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The strong point of this gripping dramatic story set in pioneer Wyoming is a constantly mounting suspense.
[A] taut, neurotic melodrama.
Jubal is a movie of roiling tensions, as the four lead characters constantly are pitted against each other due to jealousy, deceit and misunderstandings.
Just the kind of beautiful world where a man in need of a miracle might find one, and the kind that can be despoiled a few acts of venality.
an intense drama whose Shakespearean tensions are embodied in the enormity of the Grand Tetons beneath which it unfolds
This is less Shakespeare than Hollywood melodrama in chaps and Daves was a seasoned hand at both genres.
It's an intriguing Western with big-time star appeal.
A tiny melodrama played out beneath the towering Grand Tetons, Ford plays a wandering cowpoke taken in by warmhearted ranch owner Borgnine and is prospering except for the attentions of unhappy housewife French. On the sidelines is villain Steiger, only a little overdone, whispering treacheries. It's a competent Western, though held aloft almost entirely by the depth's portrayed by Borgnine's heroic big numbskull.
A solid western which shares more with a Shakespearean tragedy than a gunslinger pulp mag. Set on a cattle farm, thins stir up as new arrival Jubal (Ford) catches the eye of the bosses wife. What unfolds is the timeless dance of jealousy and survival. While very dense in structure, the cast makes this movie very enjoyable and lively. Glenn Ford delivers, so does Rod Steiger who plays a delightfully evil nemesis and adds an existential depth to the film, unusual for classic US westerns.
Great if youlije Westerns !
Okay western with many familiar faces. Steiger makes a good hissable villian but the ending is anti-climatic.
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