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Although I have not seen all his films, I have yet to see a Sergio Leone film I hate. The movies I have seen of his are visually gorgeous with superb scores and interesting stories and characters. Once Upon a Time in the West is no exception. It is long and slow, but I think the film was deliberately paced like that.Once Upon a Time in the West does take a lot of risks, including improvising the action around the score's moods. This was a risk that paid off. The story is rich and compelling and the dialogue is thought provoking and beautifully written. Leone also proved what a fine director he was by directing so wonderfully on this film.The characters are great and quite complex, and are further advantaged by being wonderfully portrayed. There is the brutish gunfighter, the beautiful widow, the mysterious harmonica player and the sympathetic outlaw. Henry Fonda particularly does brilliantly in the role of Frank. The visuals once again are exquisite and quite grandiose in its scope and beauty, while Ennio Morricone's wonderfully operatic-like score fully justifies why he is considered one of the all-time great film composers.All in all, a big and bold western and one unlike any other. It also took risks, ones which could have gone horribly wrong but due to the evident work and care of all involved, they paid off. 10/10 Bethany Cox
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You would think that a film that starred three of the biggest male film stars of the post World War II era would have become a classic. These three who also happen to be three favorites of mine, walk around in a daze, looking like they'd rather be any place, but there.The sad thing is that The Way West definitely had some potential to be a classic. In these days of political correctness, a film about American pioneers and the travails of their westward migration is something not done now. It should have been better done back then.Kirk Douglas is a former United States Senator who's heading a wagon train west to build a settlement in Oregon's Willamette Valley. Being he's an ex-politician, he rates above the hoi ploi he's leading. The script calls for him to have not only a covered wagon, but a carriage to lead the train.You think that's ludicrous, you ought to see the whipping scene where Douglas orders his black servant, played by Roy Glenn to whip him. I won't spoil it by saying what causes Douglas to demand this of Glenn, but trust me, it's bad.Robert Mitchum is the trail guide and of the three stars he looks the most bored. There was supposed to be considerable friction on the set between Widmark and Douglas, but Mitchum just saunters through the film above it all.Maybe the friction helped somewhat because the movie calls for Douglas, a widower, to have an eye on Mrs. Widmark, played by Lola Albright. Now she's the best looking thing in the movie.The film billing says introducing Sally Field. This was made in between her Gidget and her Flying Nun days. She plays a piece of white southern trash with the musical comedy name of Mercy McBee. We first see her in the movie sitting on the back of her parents wagon, legs akimbo and inviting. Of course she gets taken up on her invitation.Her character is something like what's found in every trailer park in America and then again what was a wagon train, but one large trailer park on the move. Despite this film, Sally Field went on to a two Oscar career. What that woman had to overcome.Victor McLaglen's son Andrew directed this item and together with a lousy script turned this into a turgid mess. Shame on Andrew McLaglen, he's certainly done better in his career.And so will you, unless you're a stargazer.
THE WAY WEST is a Hollywood western that might well be described as 'Oregon Trail, the movie'. Kirk Douglas leads a bunch of settlers from the Eastern seaboard to Oregon, and their wagon train must deal with numerous problems along the way. There are deep rivers to cross, valleys that need descending, arid salt pans to get through, as well as hostile Sioux tribes with murder in mind. Of course, the greatest conflict comes from within the group. I liked this character-based drama which moves along as nicely as the wagon train itself and has plenty of sub-plots to get involved with. The dream team of Douglas, Richard Widmark and Robert Mitchum were all seasoned western stars and do very well with the material they're given, while Sally Field has a memorable early role as a man-hungry teen. The ending is particularly strong here.
The film centers around general Custer (Robert Shaw) and wife (Mary Ure), though takes liberties with historical facts . George Armstrong Custer's career begins when is graduated in the known Military Academy of West Point and after that , he intervened in American Civil War where detaches in battle of Gettysburg . General Sheridan (Lawrence Tierney) assigns him the command a regiment at Fort Abraham Lincoln . In 1869 Custer and his 7th Cavalry carried out the massacre of River Washita , where a lot of Indians and their chief Black Kettle were murdered . Later on , Custer takes command a fort and two officers (Jeffrey Hunter and Ty Hardin) will help him to face off Indians with the warring chiefs Dull Knife (Kieron Moore) , Sitting Bull , and Crazy Horse and their tribes Sioux , Cheyenne , the Awpahla and the Munikhanja . The fights go on until the final battle of Little Big Horn (1876) where his entire command was exterminated .This movie well produced by Philip Jordan blends good action scenes, shootouts , adventures and being quite entertaining , because happen many deeds and fast-moving and that's why it is neither boring , nor dreary, but entertaining . George Armstrong Custer's complex characterization with an unusual point of view is well performed by Robert Shaw who gives a nice embodiment of this Western hero. Robert Shaw's interpretation as a hippie-type, long-haired general , is top-notch , unfortunately he early died , in fact , this is his last film . His wife in the real life, Mary Ure being early dead , as well. The thrilling final confrontation between Custer army and Indians is spellbound and breathtaking similar to They died with the boots on (1941) with Errol Flynn and directed by Raoul Walsh . The film obtained a limited success in spite of the lavish budget and spectacular sets . Direction by Robert Siodmak is average , in spite of a long career with many cinema classics (Criss Cross , The killers , The spiral staircase , The suspect) and the film is mediocre and overlong , too. The great director Fred Zinnemann even directed some scenes and originally to be directed by Akira Kurosawa, but he ruled out . Cecilio Paniagua's cinematography is glimmering and fascinating and photographed in Super Technirama 70 , the outdoor scenarios are overwhelming , this is the best of the film . Bernardo Segall musical's score is sensitive and moving and performed by Royal Philarmonic orchestra. Splendidly staged battles with obligatory cast of hundreds is well made by the art directors Eugene Lourie and Julio Molina . The motion picture will appeal to biopic enthusiasts and Indians western buffs.Other adaptations about this historic character culminating in thrilling battle of Little Big Horn are the following ones : Santa Fe trail by Michael Curtiz with Ronald Regan as Custer ; Great massacre Sioux by Sidney Salkow with Philip Carey as Custer and Iron Eyes Cody as Crazy Horse ; Little Big Man by Arthur Penn with Richard Mulligan as Custer ; Son of the morning star TV miniseries by Mike Robe with Gary Cole , among others.
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