Written by Roy Huggins and William GoldmanDirected by Richard Donner It seems at times that Hollywood can’t come up with original films lately. Many seem to be remakes of other films without […]
Movie Review: Jeremiah Johnson – Only an Actor of Redford’s Caliber Could Carry This Film
Written by Vardis Fisher, Raymond W. Thorp, and Robert BunkerDirected by Sydney Pollack This is a film in the true classic style if only for the fact that it has an overture! […]
Movie Review: Return to Lonesome Dove – The Sequel Jinx
Written by John WiderDirected by Mike Robe I was never a big fan of the western genre, to begin with, but I did love the 1989 mini-series Lonesome Dove. When a sequel […]
DVD Review: Streets of Laredo – Are These the Same People from Lonesome Dove?
Written by Larry McMurtry and Diana OssanaDirected by Joseph Sargent The original mini-series Lonesome Dove was so successful that CBS almost immediately wanted a sequel. Depending on who you listen to, author […]
Movie Review: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid – Simply A Classic
Written by William GoldmanDirected by George Roy Hill Some movies survive the test of time, others don’t. Sometimes choices made in regard to a film seem right for the time, and later […]
Movie Review: Lonesome Dove – Perhaps the Best Western Ever Made
Written by Larry McMurtry & William D WittliffDirected by Simon Wincer It was the book no one wanted. Peter Bogdonovich wanted to do a two-hour movie with Gregory Peck, Henry Fonda, and […]
Movie Review: Dead Man’s Walk – Real Heroes in the Real West
Written by Larry McMurtry and Diana OssanaDirected by Yves Simoneau I was a late bloomer when it came to appreciating the western genre in films. The first story I ever truly enjoyed […]
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