Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Cooper gives a characteristically virile performance, his dominance of the outlaws quietly believable, while London achieves some touching and convincing moments in a difficult role.
A superb Western, exemplifying Mann's capacity for integrating his interest in spectacle with a resonant narrative.
This is a small picture, but it does have a cryptic defiance and an aura of snakelike evil that gets one.
A tour de force for Cooper.
This late CinemaScope western by the great Anthony Mann achieves a tragic intensity and a monumental scenic splendor despite some serious handicaps.
Mann's direction is immaculate, making Reginald Rose's clearly allegorical, and sometimes forced, screenplay seem even better than it is.
Anthony Mann's terrific final western is a potent examination of one man's battle against his own darker impulses.
Man of the West is a combination of the James Stewart Westerns that came before it and the epic ideas that would drive [Mann's] final few films.
Mann's last western is a powerful film.
This is perhaps his finest western, a magnificently staged and photographed film -- few directors could match Mann's appreciation of space -- at the centre of which a flawed, neurotic hero struggles to do the right thing.
Mann's last western, and his most disturbing foray into the genre.
Great looking Anthony Mann western that Goddard said was one of his favorites. Maybe back then with 50 westerns coming out every year it was original,but I wasn't very impressed. Cobb and Cooper are really good in this, but everyone else is average. It's about a ex-outlaw,(cooper) a grifter,and a singer get abandoned by a train after a robbery. They run into Cooper's old gang and force him into a bank job. The movie does look great and at times it is very dark. It has some great scenes,but also has a lot of typical run of the mill scenes too. I just didn't get into the movie or the characters as much as I have with other Mann westerns.
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