Mary Poppins Returns
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The movie's jarring violence pales beside the clashes of egos and the disputes between new banking interests and age-old claims on the land.
... a genre hybrid: a psychological western by way of a Gothic melodrama, with a dark, shadowy style right out of Mann's earlier film noirs.
A decisive building block for the Stewart westerns, but with an Athena-like force of its own
Of [Mann's] various transitional films, none is more consistently fascinating or misunderstood than the masterpiece The Furies.
Mann raises the bar for westerns, making them more adult and dramatic.
Robust western with greek tragedy overtones. Stanwyck is great as always matched by Huston and Anderson.
Western Noir Epic Melodrama. (NOT a Buddy Movie, NOT a Musical.) A transitional and somewhat uneven work for Mann. Worth a look for many reasons - including bravaura final performance by Walter Huston.
I want Barbara Stanwyck to kick my ass. There, I said it.
a great overlooked western from anthony mann. walter huston is always a joy to watch and in his last film he plays the boss of the furies, a man so powerful he prints his own currency. barbara stanwyck plays his willful daughter who's determined to control his ranch one way or another. she may have come from brooklyn but she looks like she belongs in the vast western landscapes. it's a compelling family melodrama with wonderful performances all around and great chemistry between father and daughter with their conflicts and tough talk. you'd almost think they were related. it's well worth checking out altho perhaps wrapped up a little too neatly in the end
Stanwyck delivers my 2nd favorite "office supply goes into somebody's face" moment of 2008.
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