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There is no sheriff, no broiling sun, and no corny music. It's a perfect balance: both clear and complex. I am a night owl but I can do mornings too. Looking for someone to relax to a movie and some beer or maybe some pizza tonight. Warren Beatty plays John McCabe, a two-bit gambler who imports several prostitutes to a tiny town, in hopes of making money.
Not that the plot is unimportant.
No families, parents or children live in this bleak town, just a bunch of weary miners and whores who delude and distract themselves. In this way, the movie avoids the chaos and confusion of some Altman films, while always remaining aware that the main characters are part of a larger community. I'd like McCqbe hang out tonight, relax eat some pizza have some beer or something casual like drinks n dancing.
REAL as f too ; If your interested in getting to know me respond with your age in the to weed out spam. Miller seems confident and shameless, but she secretly uses opium to dispel the pain of living.
In those scenes, I think they went overboard with the ultra dim lighting. True to its title, the story centers on gambler and brothel owner John McCabe Warren Beatty and his fasual business partner, Mrs. Miller" is much more than just a clever exercise in revisionism; it's never overtly satirical or mean-spirited.
The film takes place in the Pacific Northwest.
The weather is cold, cloudy, and inclement. And Leonard Cohen's soft, poetic music accentuates the appropriately dreary visuals. It keenly observes its world and then comments on it, overlaying everything with a delicate sense of poignancy and loss. Still, supporting characters always hover at the edges, taking part in vignettes that underline the movie's themes and occasionally provide some humor.
Miller is clearly a symbol of the women's liberation movement, and the film's ending is interesting, in that context.
The film is very dark, so dark in some scenes that I could barely make out the outline of human figures. McCabe is a true anti-hero, a guy who thinks he's a slick, wisecracking gambler, but his jokes fall flat and he lacks common sense. In that sense, it's more like a cinematic painting than a story. The visuals have a turn-of-the-century look, with a soft, brownish hue. It's a quality production, one that has Robert Altman's directorial stamp all over it.
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And the painting communicates to the viewer that life on the American frontier was, at least in some places, cold and dreary, and had a quietly poetic quality to it. This film takes many risks, using Leonard Cohen's haunting ball on the soundtrack and shooting scenes in very low light, but remarkably, everything coheres. It's Altman's trademark of overlapping dialogue. Both Beatty and Christie perform credibly in their roles.
Miller" is that it takes place in Washington state. McCab is the kind of film that stays with you, but not because of casual dialogue, beautiful images, or showy performances. In bucking cinematic tradition, therefore, this film deserves respect, because it is at least unusual, and perhaps even closer in some ways to the ambiance of life on the American frontier than our stereotyped wives, as depicted in typical John Wayne movies. Miller" is more a study of place and character than McCabe narrative drama.
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Constance Miller Julie Christie. Was this review helpful? Typical Westerns are set in arid semi-deserts, full of blazing skies, blazing shotguns, and blazing tempers. She hears about McCabe's scheme, and approaches McCabe with an offer he can't refuse.
The film's acting is fine. The type of guy I'm looking to meet would be someone who is full of life, McCave, honest, romantic at times, somewhat mature, in general a good guy. Her ideal person. A of 2 would be nice My post more than likely will get flagged because it always does.
Miller" is less about plot than about the tone or mood of the frontier setting. The film features Altman's trademark group scenes with overlapping dialogue, but not his typical interlocking plot lines.