Midnight Cowboy
Midnight Cowboy
Noel Murray~The Onion A.V. Club
What Midnight Cowboy most has in common with the American masterpieces that followed over the next five or six years is a mastery of subtle emotions, like loneliness, exclusion, and a yearning for something elusive. Even at its most overbearing, the movie never loses sight of what it's like to want something and have no idea how to get it.
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Makes you wonder why Dustin Hoffman feels the need to keep slumming.