Blu-ray Review - Adios, Sabata
Blu-ray Review - Marjorie Morningstar

Blu-ray Review - The Return of Sabata


The good news is that Lee Van Cleef has come back for 1971's "Return of Sabata," picking up where he left off in the 1969 original, reclaiming the character's cold stare from Yul Brynner, who portrayed the gunslinger in 1970's "Adios, Sabata." Van Cleef's return is welcome, reuniting the squinty actor with one of his best roles, but the celebration is half-hearted at best, as "Return of Sabata," while retaining the Looney Tunes approach of the series, remains largely stuck in neutral, trying to cut through substantial exposition to find the fun again, taking far too long to get going.  Read the rest at


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