Blazing Saddles Movie Review

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Movie Review Watching a comedy should be funny and should stick in the mind. The movie also needs to have a plot other than that of just doing funny stuff. Eventually that will get old, become boring and feel like it is dragging on forever. Some lines of the movie need to stick in the mind and certain cases they will be brought back up and said in real life scenarios. With the movie “Blazing Saddles,” all these factors come up in one way or another. The only thing that this movie does not do is drag on and become boring. The acting and plot are what make this movie one of the best comedies that has been made. Being one of the best writers, directors, and actors out there, Mel Brooks made a movie that topped all the ones he made at that time. Along with directing this movie, he also wrote “Blazing Saddles.” He also had help from Norman Steinberg, Andrew Bergman, Alan Uger, and the all famous Richard Pryor. The writing of this story was well written between the five and having two great comedians writing the story, it was sure to have some great comedy in it. Not only did Mel Brooks write and direct the movie, the also had a great role in it. Playing Governor William J. Lepetomane, Mel played one of the funniest characters in the movie. He alone made the movie great, but what made the movie Oscar award winning were the others that also had a role. Cleavon Little played Bart who started the movie playing a black slave who turned into a Sheriff of a town called Rockridge. With some of his great one liner quotes, he made the quotes stay in the head of others and repeated later. Alongside Bart was his trusty Deputy

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