The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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Director Cukor thought the plot was fraudulent, and the film is the worst collaboration of Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn in her first role as a "mature" woman.
An ill-conceived political melodrama modeled after Citizen Kane.
Middle-brow MGM variant on Citizen Kane. More interesting than good.
An intense, yet also extremely heavy-handed political drama. It leads on like a film noir with the writer played by Tracy as the detective, trying to figure out a mystery about the famous Mr. Forrest, and then becomes something very outrageous in the end. I enjoyed it, but it is a little too unbelievable, if you see it you know what I mean. Overall it is pretty good, though.
Somewhat weird downbeat drama, definitely an oddity from Tracy/Hepburn. But still worth a viewing.
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