Pocket Money (1972)

PG   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Western


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Broke and in debt, an otherwise honest cowboy gets mixed up in some shady dealings with a crooked rancher.


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  • Paul Newman and Lee Marvin in Pocket Money (1972)
  • Paul Newman and Lee Marvin in Pocket Money (1972)
  • Paul Newman and Lee Marvin in Pocket Money (1972)

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16 February 2011 | smatysia
5
| Small change
Seems like a lot of wasted potential. Paul Newman and Lee Marvin have some decent chemistry between their characters, and Strother Martin and Wayne Rogers are OK. A young Hector Elizondo is a long way from the manager of the Beverly Wilshire Regency. Carole King does nice work on the theme song. The cinematography looks very nice, and the direction is unobtrusive. But there is simply no there there. The film has a plot that seems to be heading somewhere, but just sort of fizzles out with no closure, no climax, and no denouement. I wonder if the source novel was this unsatisfying. It would be really hard to recommend anyone to watch this film.

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