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The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

October 10, 2018

Anthology movies are usually entertaining in the movies (despite the repulsive “Movie 43”), and often times, they’re craft with such bizarre and silly humor. Three years ago, I saw “Wild Tales,” a brilliant Spanish comedy, which focused on unpredictable twisted scenes. And this year, at the New York Film Festival, I saw the Coen Brothers’… Read More ›

The Sisters Brothers

Practically the only Westerns to live up to the classics or, at least, try to be original are Indie films. And “The Sisters Brothers” is an entertaining example. It tickles you in an honest sort of way, and it moves you with the characters feelings and ambitions. The time period is 1850s Oregon. John C…. Read More ›


Ever since the “Twilight Saga” ended, Robert Pattinson has been appearing in a lot of entertaining Indies from “The Rover” to “The Lost City of Z.” He proves he’s more than just a vampire, but an Indie actor with ambition and vulnerability. His next film is “Damsel, a well-made but ineffective Western dramedy, written and… Read More ›


Watching Scott Cooper’s “Hostiles” is such a relaxing and riveting experience. It shows us the demons and peace in both Americans and Native Americans in the late 1800s, and has a nice cast playing those races with the right intensity. Christian Bale stars as the retiring Capt. Joseph J. Blocker, who is forced to escort… Read More ›


Clint Eastwood’s 1992 Western classic “Unforgiven” won four Oscars, including Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor (Gene Hackman), Best Director, and Best Film Editing. Given all these features, you’d find yourself a fresh movie with a lot of ambition. The movie takes place in Big Whiskey, Wyoming of 1880, where a prostitute (Anna Levine, formally known… Read More ›

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