In most B-Westerns you can expect to find formulaic and sometimes quite preposterous plots, stilted dialogue given a stilted delivery by mediocre actors, crude comic relief that only a child might possibly find funny, cheesy interior sets and romantic subplots … Continue reading
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We ask, “Why would a young man from a materially comfortable home walk into a school and murder 20 children?” The better question might be, “Why don’t more young men do it?” More young men who don’t know what it … Continue reading
Why can’t Michelle Obama be President instead of Barack? I would feel so much better about the state of the Union if she were. Also, America deserves, at long last, a President who can wear a beautiful, stylish dress and … Continue reading
This is the best book ever written on the Old West. I’m tempted to say the best book ever edited on the Old West, because it consists primarily of contemporary documents, mostly newspaper reports but also letters and court transcripts … Continue reading
Harold Lloyd's Why Worry? (from 1923) is an almost perfect film. Its scale is relatively small compared to the films that bracket it in the Lloyd canon, with a more modest action finale. It lacks the breathtaking spectacle of the … Continue reading
I just saddled Old Paint and rode out of Facebook. I’d hung around that place for nearly five years and liked it well enough, made some good friends there, told my share of tall tales in the Silver Status Saloon … Continue reading
In this rather lackluster sequel to The Robe Victor Mature reprises his role in the earlier film as the faithful ex-slave who recovers Jesus’s robe from the foot of the cross and carries it to Rome. In this film he’s … Continue reading
This is a competently directed thriller with a preposterous but amusing premise and some snappy dialogue here and there. It features two of the least appealing male stars in the history of cinema — Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze — … Continue reading