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Daily Dose: City Slickers and the BEST/WORST DAY Moment

The One-Line Summary: Mitch Robbins (Billy Crystal) is having a bit of a midlife crisis so he takes along his two best friends, Phil (Daniel Stern), who is getting divorced from a 12-year sexless marriage after having an affair with a checkout girl from his grocery store, and Ed (Bruno Kirby), a playboy just married to a lingerie model but stressed over monogamy and having kids, for a two-week cattle drive to build character and feel a sense of accomplishment though to do so they have to win over the menacing-looking trail boss Curly Washburn (Jack Palance), a gritty, cowboy archetype with fire in his spit and just a little wisdom in one finger. 485 more words


Alone in the Dark (1982)

“There are no crazy people, doctor. We’re all just on vacation.”
—Jack Palance as Frank Hawkes, “Alone in the Dark”

My first exposure to “

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Final days of the Old West

Monte Walsh: En ægte cowboyder-film med dybde
Hvad gør to aldrende cowboys, når pigtråd, jernbaner og store selskaber har erstattet friheden ved de åbne vidder, når glædespigerne er forsvundet grundet mangel på kunder, og jobs er svære at finde? 49 more words


God's Gun(Diamante Lobo)1976

One thing I always have been bothered by while watching these many spaghetti westerns over the last few years is the voices used in the English dubbed versions. 451 more words


The Jean Arthur Movie Poster Gallery

Bubbly. Energetic. Funny. Captivating.

Four words that can easily be used when describing what Jean Arthur brings to the screen. Let’s not forget beauty either. 203 more words

John Wayne

Heiress Horror: Sudden Fear (1952)

Heiress Horror explores that subgenre of terror wherein sweet moneyed lasses find their lives threatened by evil spouses and duplicitous family friends. For shame!

That bully Alexander Grumpface always stole my lunch money in the fifth grade. 350 more words


Young Guns (1988)

Director – Christopher Cain

Starring – Emilio Estevez, Kiefer Sutherland, Charlie Sheen, Lou Diamond Phillips, Dermot Mulroney, Casey Siemaszko, Terry O’Quinn, Terence Stamp, Jack Palance… 10 more words

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