Stagecoach movie critique

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In the beginning, when the film introduces Ringo Kid, the director used a zoom shot to show his over all confident posture with a cool gun spin to a close-up expression of the face. This shot makes Kid look like a hero, making the audience fall in love with him immediately. Ford also makes John Wayne look really big by lowering the doors and often puts him in the middle of a standing crowd...
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There were horses, wagons, and the people eat a lot of beans. The film also lets the audience to escape reality and go into a world where there are fights with Native Americans, and street shootings. Also, the way the people dresses in the film is what typical people would wear in an earlier time period than the 1930??s to give the feeling that the West is not as advanced as in the East...
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