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They get separated, lost and end up holed up in a remote mountain cave with no evil leader to serve at all.
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When Peter Bogdanovich made the richly atmospheric coming-of-age film The Last Picture Show back in 1971, it was widely considered that he would be in the vanguard of the new generation of American film-makers, like Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola.
This is simply good enough; the sort of solid film-fare that is rolled out when the summer holidays are just about upon us and for which desperate parents will be inappropriately grateful come the inevitable rainy day The sheer familiarity of the story doesn’t help.
It sees Scarlett persuading the minions – ‘my knights in shining denim’, as she calls them – to join her in stealing the Crown Jewels, just as evil masterminds already have in Muppets Most Wanted and Johnny English, of course.
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