Minnesota Movie Ads - November 1989
Blu-ray Review - The Satan Bug

Blu-ray Review - The Wonderful Country


In 1959's "The Wonderful Country," Robert Mitchum portrays a mercenary caught between the U.S.A. and Mexico, living a conflicted life without a true homeland. Adapted from the best seller by Tom Lea, "The Wonderful Country" plays exactly like a literary creation, with a page-turning tone that emphasizes matters of the heart and soul, not traditional western suspense. The stasis can be taxing at times, with director Robert Parrish ("A Town Called Hell") perhaps too caught up in melodrama to make a suitably engaging feature, missing opportunities to tighten suspense and truly depict the torturous conflict at hand. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com


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