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Rex: All these western towns are the same. Tom Berenger G. W. Bailey Andy Griffith Patrick Wayne Marilu Henner Fernando Rey Sela Ward Christopher Malcolm Brant von Hoffman Jim Carter, David Giler Walter Hill José Antonio Sáinz de Vicuña, 88 mins Some genuinely funny moments in Rustlers' Rhapsody, especially Andy Griffith as the villain perpetually frustrated by his incompetent henchmen. Rex: [weakly] "I missed his hand.". A congenial, PG-rated spoof of Westerns. I guess this would be the perfect movie for a little kid who likes westerns, likes comedy but is still too young for Blazing Saddles? 1985
Here's a list of Movies on Amazon Prime from the last few months that I couldn't fit on My MAIN Prime List, main list of 3,329 noteworthy movies on Amazon Prime, Additional "Must See" Films from Danny Peary's Guide for the Film Fanatic. It's true that this movie has a tone that's hard to define but I think that unique sort of loose, unsettled feel is one of the reasons why I like it. A (for the most part) gentle comedy of manners in movie western trappings, with a protagonist who is aware of what happens in these stories, since he's a veteran b-movie cowboy hero (who only shoots guns out of villians' hands -- he's the "good guy"). was very daunted when i heard andy griffith say the f slur at 9am. In my lifetime there have been precious few good westerns and most of those tend towards the bleak. It got a few snickers out of me. Made by fans in Auckland, New Zealand. While the audience watches a black and white horse opera, a narrator's voice wonders what such a movie would be like today. Director Hugh Wilson had made his directorial debut with the first instalment in the Police Academy franchise, a comedy film which I didn’t enjoy.
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Pete: Yeah... horse: rustlers rhapsody : rustlers rhapsody b. m, thoroughbred, 1983 rustlers rhapsody b 1983 thoroughbred (usa) skibinoff b 1976 thoroughbred (usa) nijinsky* b 16.3 1967 thoroughbred (can) northern dancer* b 15.1 1961 thoroughbred (can) nearctic* br 1954: nearco* br 1935: lady angela* ch 1944: natalma* b 1957: native dancer* gr 1950: almahmoud* ch 1947: flaming page* b 1959 … are quite good as two cowpokes trying to out-good each other. Pete: Damn! Rustlers' Rhapsody is a 1985 parody of old B-Westerns, in which the hero Rex O'Herlihan the Singing Cowboy rides his wonder-horse Wildfire into yet another small frontier town to dispense a dose of non-lethal justice to the local Cattle Baron. Rex O'Herlehan, The Singing Cowboy, finds himself in color and enters a cliche ridden town, in which the evil cattle baron (Andy Griffith) and the new Italian cowboys (who always wear raincoats no matter how hot it gets) join forces to get him and the sheep ranchers to leave.
Grateful for the occasional Quigley, Silverado, or the non-Liam Neeson segments from Buster Scruggs. Good thing, only a tiny smudge on her cheek to show for it, https://allthetropes.org/w/index.php?title=Rustlers%27_Rhapsody&oldid=1773359, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0), Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license. This year saw of reemergence of interest in one of the longest running film genres out there, and while "Rustler's Rhapsody" is definitely a comedic take on the western, just as much careful considerations were given to the look and feel of the picture regardless. Comedy Western Rustlers’ Rhapsody By admin 5 years ago . Bailey Marilu Henner (1985) A singing cowboy (Tom Berenger) roams the Wild West with his sidekick (G.W. She should have been in more movies. Oakwood Estates is unique! rare for me to do so, especially with a western, but i had to turn this off. Hosted by Elric Kane and Brian…. Rustlers’ Rhapsody. What a delightful movie, and what an interesting, unique tone it has. It is a parody of many Western conventions, most visibly of the singing cowboy films that were prominent in the 1930s and the 1940s. It's never a knee slapper, and maybe that's why it didn't catch fire at theaters, but it's consistently funny, thoughtful, well-acted, and sweet. The high plains drifter here is played by Tom Berneger in his first starring role and it's a wining performance that warmly sends-up every genial cowboy that has come before him. Thoroughbred pedigree for Rustlers Rhapsody, progeny, and female family reports from the Thoroughbred Horse Pedigree Query. Tom Berenger stars in a meta western where the everyday life of a fictitious cowboy is investigated. A VHS and cable mainstay in the 80s/early 90s and somewhat forgotten today, Rustlers’ Rhapsody more than holds up as a loving, and hilariously specific, ode to Hoppy Serves a Writ level western serials. Rex: Is the Blacksmith a big jolly guy who only gets mad when his barn burns down? Directed by Hugh Wilson. With Marilu Henner. The sets, the costumes and the production design are just as authentic as anything we saw in "Silverado" but this is more of a spoof that takes everything we know about the genre and molds it into a loving tribute. Almost the WALK HARD of its day. Rex O'Herlihan (Tom Berenger), The Singing…. Fairly dated a couple of times, but I still think this is a pretty funny parody. Bailey), dancing horse and fancy wardrobe. Pete: Oh no!
An amusing spoof of the good 'ole westerns back in the halcyon days when all the cliches were held up as icons, this parody by Hugh Wilson works best for savvy audiences. While the audience watches a black and white horse opera, a narrator's voice wonders what such a movie would be like today. I couldn't finish it. © Letterboxd Limited. Bailey, Marilu Henner, Andy Griffith. Copyright © 2020 Apple Inc. All rights reserved. Sweet and cute enough but its big joke is basically pointing our western archetypes over and over again. With Tom Berenger, G.W. now scouring the internet for rex/peter fanfiction just to see if it exists, It's like if the Amiga game The Town With No Name was adapted to film.