[Marxism] True Grit follow-up

Greg Adler grega2728 at gmail.com
Fri Dec 31 05:26:10 MST 2010

I don't offer an opinion on Deadwood.BUT Tom no no no-Fred McMurray
gives the great performance that Wilder expected when he sought him for the
He is not a heavy like the Bardiem character-he is a weak man open to deeply
evil acts. The movie is a noir masterpiece and F M's performance is at its

On Fri, Dec 31, 2010 at 3:46 AM, Tom Cod <tomcod3 at gmail.com> wrote:

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> too bad this didn't work for the Coen Bros.  I thought No Country for Old
> Men was excellent.  When I first saw it on a plane I thought it actually
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> a movie from the 1970s that I had missed, they had captured the period so
> well and the heavy was convincing, not like say Fred McMurray in Double
> Indemnity for example.
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