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It seems to be in genre form when showing hordes of Cossack horsemen flying across the steppes to do battle.
Taras Bulba may deviate from the source material, and it may be Romeo and Juliet-esque, but it's more of an adventure movie than a romance. Yeah, there is romance, but guys can watch this and not feel emasculated. Yul Brynner is awesome and chews up the scenery good as the lead character- a proud and die-hard Cossack who gets into it with his oldest son (a slightly out of place Tony Curtis) when he falls in love with a Polish woman- an enemy of the Cossack's. The direction is pretty sharp and never slow, and the music is just terrific- it's an epic without an excessive running time. The costumes are cool, and the battle scenes (for the time AND in general) arepretty cool and well done. The films is a little flawed, but still worth checking out.
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