The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
Returning to his hometown Shinbon, in order to attend the funeral of his best friend, Senator Tense Stoddart, who achieves a great success, as he is the only one who introduced law to Wist Europe, as he does his best, in order to learn people how to read and write to achieve justice, but he faces many challenges in doing so.
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April 29, 2013 John Ford's last great film, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance is also one of the last classic Westerns to come out of Hollywood.Read in Source
January 09, 2010 The movie does not offer a clean-cut look at morality and heroes, who emerge from a reluctant position, but it does draw a definitive line between good and evil.Read in Source
December 30, 2011 There is a purity to the John Ford style. His composition is classical. He arranges his characters within the frame to reflect power dynamics -- or sometimes to suggest a balance is changing.Read in Source
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May 09, 2005 A basically honest, rugged and mature saga has been sapped of a great deal of effect by an obvious, overlong and garrulous anticlimax.Read in Source
February 09, 2006 Ford's purest and most sustained expression of the familiar themes of the passing of the Old West, the conflict between the untamed wilderness and the cultivated garden, and the power of myth.Read in Source
July 07, 2010 John Ford and the writers have somewhat overplayed their hands. They have taken a disarmingly simple and affecting premise, developed it with craft and skill to a natural point of conclusion, and then have proceeded to run it into the ground.Read in Source
April 29, 2013 There's much to say about it; the simplest is that it's both the most romantic of Westerns and the greatest American political movie.Read in Source
April 24, 2009 A great film, rich in thought and feeling, composed in rhythms that vary from the elegiac to the spontaneous.Read in Source
April 29, 2013 A solid, if overrated, Ford western, one with its share of cliches and predictability. It's still fascinating to watch Wayne and Stewart deal with hellion Marvin in a changing West.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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