Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Ford may have made it for a quick buck—or perhaps as a favor to Columbia chief Harry Cohn—but the impact of the resulting film is far more that of a provocative drama than a tossed-off oater.
Ford fails to make his racism theme work in the same powerful way he did in The Searchers.
John Ford reboots The Searchers, this time dividing the action between Richard Widmark and Jimmy Stewart, two established commodities, instead of John Wayne and newbie Jeffrey Hunter. The result is more scattered but more of a buddy movie, which the two particulars achieve pretty well. Its engaging for that reason. Interestingly, Ford chooses black guy Woody Strode to play "the bad Indian". What the hell is that all about?
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