Re: 3:23 to Yuma
- From: cleopatra <rjhue@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2008 18:49:00 -0800 (PST)
On Jan 14, 6:38 pm, jszosta...@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
Your Highness: I'm sure it's a fine movie. But why do it again when
the first was outstanding to begin with? I like the actors...but not
enough to see a remake.
Jon E. Szostak, Sr.
On Jan 14, 4:36�pm, The Scarlet Parsnip
On Mon, 14 Jan 2008 15:58:32 -0800 (PST), three-eyed freak
My dear friends, �please forgive Uncle Veggie. �His train is 13
minutes late! �And what was he doing renting -- GASP -- a Western
Someone told me there is lots of nudity in them... not to mention the
worthiness of the music, which I won't mention since it was neglegible
in this film... mostly just 'tense' atmospherics'... which made me
want to put up a tent.
Jon, this movie overall received excellent reviews. It is
a fine movie.- Hide quoted text -
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I too wondered why remake this film. The old film
had a great George Dunning score, but I wasn't crazy
about the film. I only liked
a few music tracks in the new movie. Still, hate to
commit heresy, but I liked this new version better
than the old one.
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