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Film Review - Skiptrace

Blu-ray Review - 3 Bad Men


Near the end of his career in silent cinema, director John Ford crafted "3 Bad Men," a western with all the emotionality and sweep that would come to define his career. A tale of moral choices and Wild West antagonisms, the picture plays to Ford's filmmaking interests, adding a sense of gravity to a routine of restless cowboys, fiendish villainy, and open expanse aching to be explored. It's a simple feature in design, but there are human textures presented here that keep it away from routine, with Ford interested in contrasting intimate moments with big screen chaos. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com


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