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Becoming John Ford (2007) *** 1/2 (out of 4) Very nice documentary that covers John Ford's years at Fox. Considering we just had a Ford documentary last year I really wasn't expecting this to offer anything fresh but it now does. The one negative thing about the movie is that I want it would have spent more time discussing his silent movies and talking about some of the ones that are actually lost. Outside of that, this movie centers on the Fox years and makes some very interesting comments about Ford the person and how this person leaked into his movies. It was somewhat sad to hear how Henry Fonda and Ford had their falling out with the director punching the actor but I guess that's just Ford. There's a lot of style on display here that seems out of zone at times but this is still a nice introduction to the Fox years.
I found this doc very slow. It took 2 mins into the movie before you saw the first image of Mr. Ford. The intro had nothing to do with Mr. Ford or his work. Plus, they never spoke to one person who worked with Mr. Ford. How about Maureen O'Hara?The stories have been told. And it looked like a image shoot for those who talk about Mr. Ford (with stories that have been said before). The only nice part of the movie was Mr. Fonda. He did test to give a look into Mr. Ford and his Father's work together.I loved Mr. Redman's doc on the Wild Bunch. But this was boring look at a nice Director.
Just a lot of movie studies 101 talk from boring professor types who blab and drone on and on and on. They deliever us with many useless tidbits on why movies are important. I thought this was to be about the director John Ford.We come out of this knowing next to nothing about John Ford the boy – what shaped him, why did he become a movie director, his upbringing.Does not mention the major movies of John Ford - Stagecoach or The Searchers or The Boy Who Shot Liberty Valance??? Why?? Simply Incomprehensible!!! John Wayne is barely mentioned.Nothing is told about how the movies were made on the zone – such as Monument Valley. Ranks as one of the worst documentaries I have ever seen.
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