Plenty of surface interest for those who enjoy looking at drizzle, cigarette smoke, opium haze. Under the dense atmospheric conditions, Robert Altman's snowed-in Western about the encroachment of capitalist enterprise on a tacky frontier town is exceedingly difficult to make out. Julie Christie and Warren Beatty are in the fog somewhere, but they make only faint impressions in this unanchored, vaporous, and once-in-a-while brightening movie. Keith Carradine in oversized cowboy duds is perhaps the single brightest spot. (1971) — Duncan Shepherd
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