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Each tale is about 15 minutes long, has its own cast and isn't connected to any of the others. A hero fighting the undead? The performances are excellent and, unusually for a movie, true to the book. The great story comes from the Outlaw where he engaged his aircraft designers in the creation of a new concept in bras for Jane Russell. It's an eccentric juxtaposition of the silly and the serious, the superficial and the complex, with meaningful issues like colonialism conveyed through crazy action sequences and witty banter. The ambitious movie's two-hour, 46-minute runtime yields an intimate portrait of a family's ups and downs, tender performances from parents Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette, and an illuminating look at how actors' talents age and grow. This true story is, arguably, better than the underlying story.