Category Archives: John Ford

Review: The Plough And The Stars (1936)

the plough and the stars

I choose family over just about everything else, so that’s where I fall on this issue!

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Review: Young Mr. Lincoln (1939)

young mr. lincoln

I’m surprised Henry Fonda never ran for president!

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Review: The Grapes Of Wrath (1940)

the grapes of wrath

All that dust can’t be helping all those craggy faces!

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Review: The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)

the man who shot liberty valance

The old West versus the new West, with love caught in the middle!

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Review: How Green Was My Valley (1941)


This isn’t your typical review, never mind, scratch that idea before it even begins, trust me, whatever was going through my head would have been painful for you to read!

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Review: My Darling Clementine (1946)


Personally, I’d be all over Chihuahua, with lips like that how could you choose differently?

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Review: The Quiet Man (1952)


Maureen O’Hara sure does fill out a wedding dress in all the right places, makes me reconsider never getting married actually!

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Review: Fort Apache (1948)


Reason number one why I could never be in the military, I have major problems listening to stupid people, especially stupid people in charge!

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Review: They Were Expendable (1945)


Just ask anyone around me, I am never expendable!

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Review: Stagecoach (1939)


A stagecoach reminds me a lot of my old Dodge Omni, only faster and more dependable!

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