Saturday, April 22, 2017

JRO's #86: Decision at Sundown (Budd Boetticher, 1957)

It's a happy coincidence that Brandon and I chose a Boetticher film for #86. My list has been set in stone since I first made it so I'm not simply responding to his pick.

This is the only Boetticher on my list, but I maybe would have made room for all of them if I had re-watched them. I've only seen them all once (and by "all," I mean the five in the boxed set I have).

I did re-watch this one.

But I'm behind on posting here and just need to put up my picks instead of stressing about writing about them.

Decision is a revenge picture. I like it as much as I do because of how things shake out at the end. Frustrated and frustrating, the ending is satisfying.

'nuff said.

1 comment:

  1. Need to see more Boetticher. Just have Comanche Station under my belt right now.