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Perhaps the most beautiful movie ever put on the screen. The average moviegoer could never appreciate this masterpiece.
This is a great Western. Not only that, this is a major achievement in the history of cinema. Finding this movie boring equals to not having a sense of art.
Classic Mexican comedy! The slapstick and the wordplay along with the slight political views make it a joyful movie to watch. The judgement scene is simply hilarious.
As a musical is fantastic! As a film it does not have too much to offer. At times overacted, its approach seemed more suitable for Broadway than for the screen.
Western average audiences could never undertand the greatness of this film. Visually stunning and told in a very unique Japanese way with good performances from the actors (we can't expect them to overact the way Western actors do, their culture is totally different). Its charm is that, despite being a classic tale, it is told with authenticity. It might turn long and dull, but most of the time Ozu's charming direction is delightful.