The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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I can't remember anticipating the end of a film with such exuberance.
Cheerfully and rudely haphazard.
In an attempt to follow National Lampoon, it was the first and only film produced by MAD Magazine. One viewing reveals why.
Notable only because its star, Ron Liebman, sued the studio to have his name removed from the credits and advertising.
I can plainly understand why several involved parties lobbied to get their names removed from this film.
I really liked this movie, it's very funny and goofy, and it's a good teen story too. If you like teen comedies I highly recommend it, and it's brought to you by Mad Magazine!
More transgressive than almost any teen comedy, but not funny enough -- though it's funnier than Cracked, funnier than the Lighter Side Of... And it's funnier than Police Academy and more visually interesting than Stripes. Ron Liebman may have taken his name off, but really, his role isn't well-written and his performance is lacking. The movie isn't bad. Also, the soundtrack is hipper than it should be and so is Ralph Macchio.
This was Mad magazine's first and only attempt to emulate National Lampoon's film success is dull and not-so-hilarious comedy I ever watched.
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