Bad Boys for Life
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One of the craziest screwball comedies ever made. Preston Sturges appears to have pitted Eddie Bracken and Betty Hutton in a contest to see which of them could be the most hysterical in any of their scenes together (spoiler, its always Bracken).
It's an ingeniously constructed thriller. Kurosawa's obsession with the small details here pay off in unexpected ways (i.e. the single use of color in an otherwise black and white film).
A deeply complex epic that avoids the often cheep romanticizing you get from similar films made during WWII. Certain sequences (i.e. the duel) are way ahead of anything else being made at this time.
An important milestone for special effects but there's not much else to keep it all that engaging anymore.