The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The fact is, Paint Your Wagon doesn't inspire a review. It doesn't even inspire a put-down. It just lies there in my mind - a big, heavy lump.
A mess, to be certain, but a happy and unpretentious mess that rambles along with a reckless charm.
Logan's movie is a flop on many levels, a musical in which America's most macho actors, Clint Eastwood and Lee Marvin, are miscast and required to sing.
The pic just collapses because there's nothing going on that matters except to watch Marvin's hammy performance.
This last gasp MGM musical still features enough curiousity to make it worthwhile.
Not as bad as some would make you believe. But I'm still not looking forward to that Clint Eastwood Sings Sinatra album.
About as fun as painting a wagon.
...a surplus of good, hummable tunes, breezy dialogue and characterizations, beautiful location shots, and excellent DVD transfer.
I'm not a fan of musicals, but this amiable western is full of slapstick drunken brawls and affable cowpokes, semi spoofing the genre. Imagine a romantic Cat Ballou with songs...?! Plus Lee Marvin and Clint are great together.
Paint Your Wagon is a strange western musical which has some embarrassingly catchy tunes. What a ride!
Mildly amateurish, yet funny and interesting.
I'm still amazed, when I run into this one, that Marvin and especailly Eastwood did this. This is not a horrible movie; it is strangely . . . observable. You will probably not lose yourself in this movie, but you might end up giving both Marvin and Eastwood credit for doing something different, something "against type."
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