The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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What we're left with is a Western with a lot of sides but no center.
... wannabe thoughtful Western.
Slow but sure oater with stoic Lancaster.
If you're a fan of westerns or you simply enjoy your action movies presented with some deeper concepts than "kill 'em all," this forgotten little flick is worth a look.
Burt Lancaster is a sheriff tasked with finding the group of cowboys who accidentally murder an old man during a one drunken night's revelry. Lee J. Cobb is the leader of said group. The tension is gained when the group refuse to go quietly to trial. Or: the letter of the law versus the spirit of the law, which way are you gonna go? Lancaster play the letter quite well, "just the facts, m'am" but with an open style, allowing the tension that the other actors project (and so the audience) to come to him and this favors the whole effort. Sheree North is the woman he left behind and she's good as an honest portrayal of a Western woman. For a Western, and asking "what is morality?" this one's no typical cartoon oater and definitely worth a look.
a classic tale of a lawman out to see justice served with no exceptions. this was a great flick unitl the end where the unexpected happens and not in a good way as a couple of the main characters change colors for no explained reason at all. justice becomes trivial, but the acting was solid and the film had a great feel. overall this was pretty good.
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