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  • Man of the West

    This late CinemaScope western (1958) by the great Anthony Mann achieves a tragic intensity and a monumental scenic splendor despite some serious handicaps: a stagy villain (Lee J. Cobb), an awkward lead actress (Julie London), and a screenwriter accustomed to working with confined spaces (TV dramatist Reginald Rose), none of whom complement the film's quintessentially cinematic hero (Gary Cooper in one of his last and best performances). more...
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  • Meek's Cutoff (PG)

    Imagine a collaboration between John Ford and Wallace Stevens and you might get a sense of what Kelly Reichardt (Wendy and Lucy) pulls off here: a sincere re-creation of the pioneer experience, brought to life through careful, often unexpected detail. more...
  • The Mercenary (PG-13)

    A minor effort from Italian director Sergio Corbucci, this Zapata western (a subgenre of the spaghetti western) is set in Mexico during the revolution. more...
  • Minnesota Clay

    Sergio Corbucci directed this western (1964) about a blind sheriff who cleans up a crooked town. more...