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Very charming anthology film by the Coen's, that has a bit of everything: Action, comedy, drama, romance,... Some of the stories packed into The Ballad of Buster Scruggs are prime examples of "Show, don't tell-storytelling".
It's formulaic for sure, but the vibe of Crocodile Dundee is still pretty cool. One or two memorable scenes more and I'd surely rate it higher.
I appreciated the Jean-Pierre Jeunet feeling I got from some of the camerawork and acting, but overall El Bar tries a lot of things, does an ok job with most of them, but none of them particularly shine.
I first saw Marquis as a youngling and that p*nis stuck with me ever since.
I don't know why the editor had to go so overboard.