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Film Review of True Grit: a Charitable Father, a Dreadful Employee, a Flirtatious Lawman, and a Gritty Marshal in The Original 1969 Version
A father’s death calls for justice or revenge. A daughter dares leave neither with procrastinating, reluctant lawmen and lawyers. But will the trio she forms with flirty and gritty lawmen get her man in "True Grit"?
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Film Review of A Ticket to Tomahawk: A Female Marshal, a Handsome Passenger, and Struggles Between The Arapaho, Railroad Men, and Stagecoach Operators
Stagecoaches dominate Colorado’s transportation routes. Competition emerges when railroads link communities into networks of tracks and train stops. Will rival transportation providers be met hostilely or hospitably in “A Ticket to Tomahawk”?
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We have been making movies for over 100 years, despite the thousands of movies released each year every now and again a movie comes along that visually blows you away, has the most incredible soundtrack, or simply has the most beautiful of stories.
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Looking at the latest from "Iron Man" director John Favreau, "Cowboys & Aliens." Based on the graphic novel by Scott Mitchell Rosenberg, it stars Daniel Craig, Harrison Ford, and Olivia Wilde in a movie that’s a mix of "Unforgiven" and "Invaders From Mars."