A perfect story of values and mindsets, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance carefully weaves ideas of open land toughness and city-born intellectualism.
Tag: Lee Marvin
Are we the baddies? There’s credibility in any argument asking for The Klansman to be entered onto a “worst films” list. Not for its plain, TV movie-of-the-week direction or …
Ignore the idea that The Killers might possibly be a lesser movie because it was made for American television.
The unique chemistry between Marvin and Moore works in spite of a sprawling story that never fully knows what it wants to be.
Time has dated this Best Picture contender, although its risks keep it relevant.
Action fans will be enormously satisfied to see Chuck Norris work his magic in a military setting.
Marvin owns his role as a rebellious Major, assigned to a squad filled with death row inmates or other vagrants sentenced to hard labor.