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Will open at the Toronto Film Festival.

Blazing Saddles remake?

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Seems good! A bit more enthusiastic than "A most wanted man". The pace sort of killed it for me.

 

"Tinker Taylor Soldier Spy" was alright though... but I never could get through the first 30 pages or so of the book.

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Will open at the Toronto Film Festival.

Why would they do that

I will be off to see it for sure because I love cowboy movies

But Steve McQueen James Coburn Yul Bruyner you can't remake them or remove them from the images that Magnificent 7 conjure up

Like Rooster Cogburn remake was much better than the original as a film but without John Wayne who couldn't act but was a personality it was kind of pointless

Same as 3.10 from Yuma ruined by being in colour and with Russell Crowe instead of Glenn Ford

I wish they would make original westerns

In black and white

There must be people that can write stories

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New rogue one trailer

 

Double like for you my friend!

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Why would they do that

I will be off to see it for sure because I love cowboy movies

But Steve McQueen James Coburn Yul Bruyner you can't remake them or remove them from the images that Magnificent 7 conjure up

Like Rooster Cogburn remake was much better than the original as a film but without John Wayne who couldn't act but was a personality it was kind of pointless

Same as 3.10 from Yuma ruined by being in colour and with Russell Crowe instead of Glenn Ford

I wish they would make original westerns

In black and white

There must be people that can write stories

 

We must be slightly different generations.

 

I grew up watching The Lone Ranger series on the telly, and some or the other cowboy movie and spaghetti western, but that's about it. Then came Clint Eastwood with Unforgiven, and again a whole batch of westerns were made, some good, some awfully bad (as usual with movies). Tombstone I loved, but I never watched Wyatt Earp for instance. So, I know Magnificent 7 and Yul Brynner by name, sadly not by merit. On the other hand, John Wayne does not really appeal to me.

 

I suppose I like current westerns with the current look, whether re-hashed or original.

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I suppose I like current westerns with the current look, whether re-hashed or original.

 

The Magnificent Seven is pretty good--but it's a re-make of an eastern "Seven Samurai" by the master--Kurosawa, and this too is well worth a look.

 

Greg

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Akira.

 

The original is beyond reproach.

 

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Ditto Ghost In The Shell.

 

The new live action Ghost fills me with dread....

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