Video Essay for 925 (66). El Cid (1961, Anthony Mann) with Mike D’Angelo

Mike D’Angelo is a film critic for Esquire, writer for Las Vegas Weekly, and proprietor of The Man Who Viewed Too Much.

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  • Hailey Bent

    engage more than the final act, when the narrative makes a beeline bid
    for El Cid’s martyrdom through unwavering loyalty to an undeserving
    king.

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    Mike D’Angelo is a film critic for Esquire, writer for Las Vegas Weekly, and proprietor of 

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    engage more than the final act, when the narrative makes a beeline bid
    for El Cid’s martyrdom through unwavering loyalty to an undeserving
    king. 

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