The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Exciting explosive sequences, good overall pacing and acting overcome a sometimes thin script.
Underrated all-star western.
It was comprehensively eclipsed by Peckinpah's ostensibly similar The Wild Bunch.
It's one of Brooks's more eloquent and witty films.
A truly adventuresome, action-filled film that is played more for thrills than for conveying a story.
Top notch western adventure laden with macho stars Lancaster, Marvin and Palance.
A rock-solid piece of Western Adventure entertainment. Marvin, Lancaster & Palance!
A topnotch Western.
It's a little dated and has a few shot-on-bad-studio-set moments, but on the whole it's an impressive film, even if you don't normally care for Westerns.
It's far too entertaining to be lumped in with portentous epics like Dances With Wolves and How The West Was Won.
It's 'guys on a mission' time in this wonderful but improbable tale.
The set-up of rough guys getting hired to free a kidnapped woman seems somewhat generic for Western films of that era, but the movie takes a few unexpected turns on the way. The action is plenty and filmed decently enough, the landscapes are absolutely gorgeous. Of course it still feels a bit dated but overall it's still a pleasant and entertaining experience from a time long gone.
This is Badass.Jack Palance as a mexicanLee Marvin as Lee MarvinA mine car chaseExploding arrowsThe glorious cleavage of Claudia Cardinale
Son of the Magnificent Seven - With few exceptions, westerns tend to follow a basic formula: bad guys, good guys, horses & guns. The Professionals isn't deep or cerebral but it is entertaining. A star-studded genre classic.
Good cast, ordinary western.
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