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Film Review - Badland


Writer/director Justin Lee likes to work. In 2018, the helmer issued four movies, and “Badland” is his second release of 2019. Lee isn’t a refined filmmaker, trying to get by on limited budgets and locations, and he turns his attention to the western genre for his latest endeavor. Aiming to create a literary-style viewing experience, Lee gives “Badland” lots of dialogue and periodic chapter breaks, working to pull viewers in with a sense of character and scope. Lee isn’t always successful managing his creative vision for the production, which feels very small and simple at times, but periodic scenes piece together as intended, delivering a homage to classic westerns where hard men use violence to deal with problems on the open range. Read the rest at


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