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Old Henry Review

Thanks to its lengthy boom throughout the days of John Wayne and Lee van Cleef, the legacy of the western genre lingers on in the minds of those too young to be a part of its heyday and too old to let that missed, nostalgic opportunity go. Kurt Russell had a hand in a modern western and it was good. Every few years, performers come together and seem hellbent on appearing in one of their own westerns. Few will match the ground-breaking pace and exploration of those westerns of old, but the Tim Blake Nelson-starring feature, Old Henry, may be up there with them for its intricate style, gritty and dirty characters and consistent iconography.

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