A brief movie review of Stage Coach -- an analysis of acting, screenplay, directing, acting, lighting, etc.
Stage Coach is a film from 1939, in the western genre. John Ford was the director, and I noticed in the beginning credits his name was in huge bold letters, bigger than anyone else's. I enjoyed the film because it was fast, and had a lot of action throughout the movie.
<Tab/>As being apart on the western genre, it had all of the typical aspects most westerns do. It had a drunk character, the good guy sheriff who is out to catch the bad guy, and the normal western music and setting. Other parts and characters included gambling, bar scenes, where no one paid for a drink, an…
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