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Ratings & Reviews

  1. FISCHER's rating of the film Go West

    Engagé dans un ranch Buster fait la connaissance de la séduisante fille du patron de la ferme, mais surtout de "Brown Eyes", une superbe vache qui aura maintes occasions de lui témoigner son affection. Commence une tendre complicité entre le ruminant et l'apprenti cow-boy, lors d'un long trajet vers Los Angeles, où se déroule une vente de bétail ..... www.cinefiches.com

  2. Aardsy's rating of the film Go West

    All movies should end with a shitload of cows.

  3. SpacePirate's rating of the film Go West

    Another middle of the road Keaton. Much much better than the Marx bros film of the same name.

  4. Monsieur Arkadin's rating of the film Go West

    Keaton at his most Chaplin-esque. He pulls it off quite well, while still making something that feels distinctly like a part of his specific filmography. As I delve more and more into these "lesser" Keatons, I seem to be finding my favorites.

  5. chanandre's rating of the film Go West

    [Cinémathèque PT #343: 35 mm]

  6. Kian Ross's rating of the film Go West

    Great Keaton film. The film gets almost meta when Keaton is told to smile at gunpoint.

  7. T. J. Harman's rating of the film Go West

    Not my favorite Keaton but underrated.

  8. Christofer Pierson's rating of the film Go West

    I crack up every time I think of Friendless shaving the brand on Brown Eyes.

  9. Nerviosismo's rating of the film Go West

    http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xg3vlc_buster-keaton-go-west-1925_shortfilms

  10. Black Irish's rating of the film Go West

  11. AKFilmFan's rating of the film Go West

    Using pathos that Chaplin used and even parodies Broken Blossoms at one point, Keaton makes a lesser work that has it's charms. The ending is something to behold

  12. Matthew_Lucas's rating of the film Go West

    Buster Keaton goes west in this parody about a man who sets off in search of his fortune, only to end up on a dude ranch where he makes friends with a cow named Brown Eyes, and hijinx ensue. One of Keaton's lesser works, but not without its charms. The climactic cattle stampede is especially impressive.