The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Not a worthless film, although it's impossible to take seriously.
Overlong, dull and labored follow-up to Harold Robbins' The Carpetbaggers.
Gritty revenge western with McQueen in top form.
The best thing that can be said about Nevada Smith is that it goes in, does what it needs to do, and gets out before it's too late.
Underneath it all Nevada Smith is hack work, with a plot that is not so much unbelievably bad but simply unbelievable.
A fine Western with a revenge of the title role that is actually a strong and revealing study of the regeneration of one man.
At age 36, Steve McQueen is a bit hard to believe as a 'kid'. The story obviously spans many years in Max Sand's life and if the writers had played this up more McQueen's age would not have mattered. Even showing Max and Alex Chord in a winter setting followed by spring, something to show an extensive passage of time would have helped make McQueen's age more fitting.
A superb cast of supporting actors backs up McQueen. Brian Keith is the perfect father figure who takes Max in and teaches him to use firearms and tells him about life and how to find the men who killed his parents. Suzanne Pleshette cannot be made to look bad no matter how hard the make up department tries. Even dirty and sweaty in the swamp, her natural beauty and class shine. These traits and her unique voice and soft movements steal any scene she is in. She almost upstages McQueen. Martin Landau, Arthur Kennedy and Karl Malden are as bad as any movie villains I ever saw.
Mediane western.A story of revenge and violence when Max Sands(Mcqueen) goês
Good if a bit overlong western with Steve, oozing charisma, acquitting himself well as he changes from callow youth to hardened gunslinger. A great supporting cast helps immeasurably with Suzanne Pleshette standing out bringing a gruff sexy charm to her too few scenes.
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