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Call me crazy but I'd prefer not to watch someone be emotionally abused for over 2 hours. There is absolutely such a thing as pushing someone to far, hence the kid who killed himself. I went to a very hard nursing school where half the students yes half failed out The school was a bit extreme and I personally think it was too much because you push away bad and some of the good ppl that way. and yes someone killed themselves at my school after they failed out. The film was very intense, I will give it that and had great drum/jazz solos but the main point was absurd. That to be a great you must be brought to zero, which I dont think is true. I really wish at the end he just found his way without that guy, bc even if he won at the end that "teacher" was a sociopath and not worthy of any of his success.
You know this movie is old bc John Wayne is young in it. I found it to be more enjoyable than I thought it would be, esp the beginning which seemed to be pretty detailed of the time period. By the end it becomes pretty hokey, but the beginning was interesting and not predictable. I liked the slew of different interesting characters all coming together for a dangerous adventure out west. Many of the artistic details were well done such as cinematography (the black n white landscape worked well here), the song by the Indian, and the action scenes (for its time and special effects then). John Wayne plays his typical role of outcast who is both honorable and a badass. One of the great western classics.
A quirky little kid movie that entertains adults as well through humor and pop references. I thought many of the characters were original and being a desert rat loved the desert setting. It wasn't entirely predictable, which was refreshing for a wholesome family movie.
The movie is like a 50s soap opera. I love how the love scene is implied back then with the speeding train lol. Despite some decent acting at parts, the script left very little for the cast. Some of the acting was just downright bad too like Kim Novak. Also the reason I hate many plays turned into films is because they tend to be overdramatic and this one is exactly that. This film didn't age well n I esp didn't like plotline of the desperate spinster character who felt worthless without a man n became ridic by the end (at the time it prob was meant to be cute but nowadays its extremely sexist/sad).I think the main character made the right choice but will prob regret it in 5 yrs like her mom cautions. The film was a bit boring and the main guy as the hunk seemed a little old/not a muscle hunk by todays standards. Meh what do u expect from a movie titled Picnic?
Kinda weird film bc most of it was family friendly minus about 20 minutes of no man's land battles with lots of violence. You can tell Spielberg directed it and does a good job as usual, it just seemed to be lacking some plot or substance. It was just a little too uncomplicated and stereotypical. It passed the time, but won't be revisiting. For a movie about the love btw a human and their beloved horse I think it could've been more touching.