McQ (1974)

PG   |    |  Action, Crime, Drama


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Seattle cop is caught up in a corrupt police force that he is trying to make right. Mq is a cop with a mission.


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  • "McQ," Warner Bros. 1973.
  • John Wayne and Al Lettieri in McQ (1974)
  • "McQ," Warner Bros. 1973.
  • John Wayne and Julian Christopher in McQ (1974)
  • John Wayne and Diana Muldaur in McQ (1974)
  • John Wayne and Diana Muldaur in McQ (1974)

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6 September 2004 | drk1996
GOOD "DUKE" MOVIE...NOT THE BEST, BUT ABOVE AVERAGE
McQ was one of John Wayne's efforts to move into a new era. McQ was not the best of Wayne's movies, but it wasn't the worst (an old friend who is no longer around once said there were no bad John Wayne movies). Just turning 50 myself, I remember the John Wayne movies of my youth, and Wayne was always "tops" on my list. McQ was "Classic Wayne" in a new era. The 70s were a time when men were starting to become different in the movies. Not like the men of my youth. Wayne kept that "macho" image going. In another post, a comment was made the Wayne used "big weapons" to foil the bad guys long before Rambo did. That is exactly right. It is great to sit and watch an action movie with so many great starts of the past (Wayne, Eddie Albert, Diana Muldaur, Colleen Dewhurst, Clu Gulager, and a young Roger E. Mosley). Another thing that is of interest is these so called "movie experts" that watch movies, and don't understand one thing about the movie they comment one. McQ's car was a Trans Am, not an AMC Hornet. It was referred to at a "Green Hornet" in reference to the TV show "The Green Hornet." It was the nickname of his car, not the made or model of the car. His Trans Am was the same color as the Green Hornet's car. This is a good John Wayne movie. Good music, good car chases, good story line. It is a good movie to sit and watch on an rainy afternoon. Enjoy it for what it is. A nice chance to relive some moments from your youth, and see the Duke in action. Enjoy yourself, and have fun. That was the purpose of the movie.

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