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High Noon


Rated PG for some western violence, and smoking.

PG In Theaters 06/23/1992 , 85min.
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Cooper does an unusually able job of portraying the marshal. (Review of Original Release) Full Review
Bosley Crowther
The New York Times
Meaningful in its implications, as well as loaded with interest and suspense, High Noon is a western to challenge “Stagecoach” for the all-time championship. (Review of Original Release) Full Review
James Berardinelli
The Western may be one of the few truly American art forms, and High Noon shows exactly how much potential it can embrace. Full Review
Jonathan Rosenbaum
Chicago Reader
Some of the results ring false, but the memorable theme song and some equally memorable character acting (by Thomas Mitchell and Lon Chaney Jr. more than Lloyd Bridges and Katy Jurado) help things along. Full Review
Michael Atkinson
Village Voice
Possibly the most Rorschachian film of all time, a symbol-only text that effortlessly conforms to any political present, and finds a foothold in your social sphere whether you're a free radical or reactionary wing nut. Full Review

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