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Magnificent Seven, The (2016) Whimper

There is no magnificence.

The actors playact while embodying minute swagger.

The writers fudge a story whose heft relied on outlaws braving to protect a Mexican village that couldn't help themselves from marauders. The victims are mostly white christians which wafts of self-service. Though the cast is inclusive we are not privy to anything more from them than a diversity stamp.

The director lends no distinction or heroism to the action, has no sense of panoramic beauty and no credibility in the western genre. If you let the music tell half the story, your task remains incomplete. 20-Dec-2017

Tags: 2010s, Action, Art Devoid, Bad Acting, Bad Chemistry, By the Numbers, Camp, Comic Book, Conspiracy Theory, Corn, Disappointment, Drama, Ear Prick, False Action, Fatigue, Loud, Macho Posing, Manipulation, Music Murders, Oncer, Over the Top, Preachy, Predictable, Preposterous, Repetitive, Revenge, Shrill Act, Silly, Star Watt, Tacky, Tedium, Ugly Art, Western

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20-Dec-2017


Westworld (1973) Woof

We are much closer to revolutionizing the design set up in this 70s cautioner. It makes sense, its fun and it lays the infrastructure for future films that aspired trump. Arnold is the ultimate terminator but Yul created the mold. 03-Jan-2017

Tags: 1970s, Action, Camp, Conspiracy Theory, Daddy Squish, Decent FX, Director's Slice, Drama, Fantasy, Funny, Good Acting, Hot Swatch, Political Satire, Revenge, Scary, SciFi, Star Watt, Twisty, Weird, Western, Wit Snit

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03-Jan-2017


Cheyenne Autumn (1964) Woof

Its earnestness and respect deserve attention. Ford considers everything but he can only represent what these people stood for, he can't embrace them with a soul because he can't find a way for us to understand them. He doesn't let Sal Mineo talk so he ends up prancing and shedding like a ditched peacock. Besides a point of view Dolores Del Rio's Spanish Indian makes little sense especially with paltry backstory. Ricardo Montalban can unseat Capt. Kirk but he can't overcome an Indian language or accent without betraying that he hears the same drums but his feet need to move. So we are left with the beauty that was Carroll Baker and the plains manipulated by a master.

The intermission, Part 2 of this movie is strange. It made no sense because it seems to continue then backtrack. It's also not as understanding as the first or complementary, or courageous. 22-Jul-2016

Tags: 1960s, Action, Corn, Director's Slice, Drama, Indecipherable, Macho Posing, Manipulation, Political, Pretty, Romance, Sentimental, Star Watt, Suspense, Western

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22-Jul-2016


Cat Ballou (1965) Woof

It's a fun ride led by the charming/beautiful Fonda and the welcome support. Zip and swing is added by Nat King Cole and Stubby Kaye as the shouters. Inclusive fresh comedy western. 15-May-2016

Tags: 1960s, Action, Camp, Classic, Comedy, Cute, Director's Slice, Drama, Funny, Good Acting, History, Political Satire, Romance, Squish Alert, Star Watt, Suspense, Sweet, Touching, Western, Wit Snit

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15-May-2016


Adventures of the Wilderness Family, The (1975) Arf

The landscape is lush, the animals are questionably cute and well trained and the family headed by daddy squish is pleasant. You don't watch for common sense, acting or enlightenment. It's Adam & Eve with one child of each sex and a dog fighting and engaging with the wilderness. If you start to ask questions like what happens when the kids get to puberty, the one dog that is they're constant savior dies, incest, etc., you will not enjoy it as much. Bring your kid fantastic. 11-May-2016

Tags: 1970s, Action, Beautiful, Corn, Cute, Director's Slice, Fantasy, Funny, Predictable, Pretty, Repetitive, Sentimental, Silly, Squish Alert, Suspense, Sweet, Touching, Western

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11-May-2016


Purgatory (1999) Arf

It had my attention until it diverted to rah rah rah macho posing and schmaltz. Style would have saved most of it and horror could have defined it more but it insists that we must dispense with reality altogether and that these historical killers deserve a chance at heaven. The concept can make the brain bleed if you try to add it up. 29-Feb-2016

Tags: 1990s, Action, Camp, Disappointment, Drama, Fantasy, History, Indecipherable, Macho Posing, Manipulation, Western

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29-Feb-2016


For A Few Dollars More (1965) Woof

I wanted to be tired of Leone's antics but the stylist dragged me in. The story is basically a "big dick" contest and the acting is all macho posing. Though with the lack of women I don't really understand who they are posing or fighting for but Leone delivers and he knows how to map a movie. 04-Feb-2016

Tags: 1960s, Action, Camp, Classic, Director's Slice, Macho Posing, Over the Top, Revenge, Western

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04-Feb-2016


Brokeback Mountain (2005) Whimper

Ang Lee can shoot the hell out of a panoramic view but has no understanding of his gay subject. Not one actor pulls off their accent and Heath's choice ends up cartooning the character. He's more Uncle Joe from Petticoat Junction than Clint Eastwood. This a tepid straight story replaced by gay characters whose nuances wouldn't make a gay person like myself associate with them. I've never met men with these sensibilities and I don't want to. Romance goes out the window once rape is introduced and butt sex goes out the door when beans are consumed. It may have honorable intentions but they are just flat macho cutouts. 25-Jan-2016

Tags: 2000s, Director's Slice, Drama, Fantasy, Gay Swatch, Macho Posing, Rapey, Western

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25-Jan-2016


A Fistful of Dollars (1964) Woof

There are many things wrong with Leone's direction. I don't get how he celebrates every successful cut with strange interludes of music and cartoon showmanship. The dubbing is bad esp. during close-ups. I would have loved to have seen a sober telling of this story. In spite of that Clint got my attention and I cared how the double dealing went down. I even celebrated. 07-Jan-2016

Tags: 1960s, Action, Director's Slice, Macho Posing, Western

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07-Jan-2016


Magnificent Seven, The (1960) Howl

Valiant cowboy swag. The actors wear their britches well. Wide grandeur and rousing action sequences only add to the correctness and inclusiveness. Provoking classic. 04-Jan-2016

Tags: 1960s, Camp, Director's Slice, Fantasy, History, Macho Posing, Over the Top, Revenge, Star Watt, Suspense, Western

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04-Jan-2016


Duck, You Sucker (A Fistful of Dynamite) (1971) Arf

It's a hodgepodge of sorts. It peeks your interest and leaves you a little dumbfounded. There's a lot of style but its limited to repetitive cuts, over and over. Leone loves to linger over the most useless things and creates music videos with sole extreme close up shots. Bad accents, women are mostly absent and dust never settles. 03-Jan-2015

Tags: 1970s, Camp, Classic, Director's Slice, Macho Posing, Western

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03-Jan-2015