Bronco Billly review
Daniel Corleone - wrote on 05/10/13
"Billy, my considered diagnosis is that you have the worst ailment known to man - no money!" - Dr. Canterbury. Bronco Billy (Clint Eastwood) seeks a suitable assistant to his Bronco Billy's Wild West show. Billy meets Lilly and meets the people in the show. They struggle financially but stays true to themselves. The soundtrack is applicable and the cinematography well portrayed. It's pace tends to slow down in certain scenes and subplot but it gets the story across.
Words of wisdom from the affable lead - "You should never kill a man unless it's absolutely necessary." "How can I help? That's why I'm here." "Do you know what it is to be nice t folks?" "I'm who I wanna be." "You'll know when the time comes." "I'm just makin' a living just like everyone else." "You only live once. You better give it your best shot." Though some of its flaws maybe the acting of some artists and the cheesy 80's lines, it's messages and entertainment value though never dwindles and ages.
In the final words of Bronco Billy - "I've got a special message for you little pardners out there. I want you to finish your oatmeal at breakfast and do as your mom and pa tell you because they know best. Don't ever tell a lie and say your prayers at night before you go to bed. And as our friends south of the border say, 'Adios, amigos.' An underrated gem from the legend himself and one of his funniest ever produced.