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    images (83).jpeg Finished season one of Kevin Costner's, Yellowstone.
    I found this series well directed, with interesting tormented characters.
    The scenery is fantastic and is interesting to see Montana as the backdrop to a major drama.
    Paramount has a winner and I will definitely watch season 2.
    Yellowstone | Paramount Network
     
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    The alcoholic hot mess of a daughter is quite the character, with a touch of evil.
     
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    IMO, Costner is not that much of an actor at all
    he was very poorly suited for Robin Hood and Dances With Wolves
     
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    I believe he is also outshined by the supporting actors on this series. Although he is convincing as a corrupt wealthy ranch owner.
    I am more drawn to the other characters , most not very likable.
    I believe he produces show and I have to say the production is stellar in my view.
     
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    WYEHO?
     
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    I liked him in Bull Durham, No Way Out, and Field of Dreams,

    Dances with wolves did not impress me.

    Never saw Robin Hood.

    Okay in WaterWotrld but loved Dennis Hopper in that.
     
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    yes, Durham and Dreams were more of his type
    he doesn't seem to come off as an ''epic''/famous hero type
    No Way Out was a very good movie--he did well in that
     
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    I know Water World was relentlessly trashed, but I loved that cheesy movie. Hopper was the shining star in that.

    I was impressed with Open Range and found The Postman interesting movie.
     
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    Open Range was well done--Duvall is one of the best
    I was thinking of him as being an epic/hero actor
    he has more of a ''serious'' presence
     
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