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    Rustlers Rhapsody [22]

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    What if the really good guys from the 1930s westerns actually had to face the really bad guys from the 1970s westerns?  That is, what if Roy Rogers had to face down Angel Eyes from The Good, the Bad, and The Ugly?

    Well of course it would be played for fun right? Tom Berenger delivers all his lines straight as singing cowboy Rex O Herlihan, and that is what makes them funny. "The way a man dresses is nobodys business but his own!" is delivered in all seriousness to bad guy henchman Blackie. Tom obviously attended the Leslie Nielsen school of acting.

    Rex knows every cliche about the west. The sheepherders (seeming to be a cross between Hasidic and Amish), are battling the cattlemen (traditional bullying bad guys led by A retired Civil war officer). But the railroad is coming to town. The railroad bad guys are the seventies bad guys with big dusters. Why do they wear dusters? Contrary to the movie, it actually gets cold in the west, and dusty too!

    Andy Griffith plays a good bad guy as Col Ticonderoga. He does it again as General Rancor in Spy Hard.

    One warning about the DVD in the 2006 version, there is a very important scene cut! This scene has an important plot point. Colonel Ticonderoga figures out that the only way to defeat perfect good guy Rex, is to bring in a better good guy. So in comes Bob Barber, better known as Wrangler Bob. Bob and Rex are tied in every department, outfits, horse, goodness, and marksmanship. In fact, neither can draw first and then can only shoot in the hands. However, Bob has something that Rex does not. Bob is a confident heterosexual, whereas Rex is only heterosexual. Apparently Rex has never...and Bob has... Well anyway, the missing scene has to do with Rex becoming confident with Miss Tracy (Marylu Henner). Then he returns to face Bob standing in the saddle, confident.

    Henner is in top form in her costume, if I were to run a stalking web site about her, stills from this movie would be prominently featured. {BB}

    Added: July 10th 2006
    Reviewer: BB
    29 Point Scale Score: 22    [22]

    Related Link (IMDB): IMDB - Rustlers Rhapsody
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    Language: english


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