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  • The Missouri Breaks

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  • Ride in the Whirlwind

  • The Talented Mr. Ripley

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  • The Adventures of Tintin

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  • The Missouri Breaks

    The Missouri Breaks

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    During the first half-hour, I wasn't quite into "The Missouri Breaks." It was sporadically interesting, but I honestly didn't care about what was being discussed during most of the scenes. Maybe, it's just me. That's kind of sad because this film has such great players such as Jack Nicholson, Harry Dean Stanton, and Randy Quaid. Plus, there's beautiful cinematography and a relatively minimal score by an early career John Williams.

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    Fortunately, Marlon Brando rides into the frame. From…

  • Ride in the Whirlwind

    Ride in the Whirlwind

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    I watched "Ride in the Whirlwind because it has Jack Nicholson before he became famous and Harry Dean Stanton. I believe this project was a turning point for both actors. I provide no rating because I didn't finish it. There's plenty of fine things in the acting and craft, but I couldn't get into it. There is no urgency even during the first gunfight. It wasn't stimulating in any way to me, so I jumped ship thirty-one minutes in.…

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  • The Talented Mr. Ripley

    The Talented Mr. Ripley

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    I was re-reading "The Disaster Artist" last month, and I decided to stop right before the part where Greg Sestero goes to see "The Talented Mr. Ripley" in a theatre. I decided that I had to finally see "Ripley" very soon. Well, I finally got to it, and I loved it!

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    Before watching it, I knew about that scene for a long time. Let's call it the "boring" scene. One, that scene was still effective upon finally seeing…

  • The Big Lebowski

    The Big Lebowski

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    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

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    There are two kinds of movies in this world: dumb movies and smart movies about people doing dumb things. Dude, my opinion is that "The Big Lebowski" is the second kind. Everything is written, acted, shot, and edited to perfection. The Coens learned all the rules of screenwriting before making this, and they took out what wasn't necessary for this film. Does this film have meaning? It does or it doesn't. Varied opinions are welcome man. I think it's…