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Another is the pace, which is TV-movie-without-commercials brisk as it moves from straightforwardly shot scene to straightforwardly shot scene.
If, like me, you sensed something overly calculated and clinical about Bryan Cranston’s lose-himself portrayal of LBJ in HBO’s “All The Way,” you’ll invariably find Harrelson’s Johnson more organically pleasurable in its bluster.
A wonderful actor well-versed in finding the ornery, laugh-inducing appeal in brutes, Harrelson overcomes some unfortunate makeup choices to get at what was both nakedly vulnerable — especially in the quietly effective scenes with wife Lady Bird (a perfectly cast Jennifer Jason Leigh) — and charismatically commanding about Johnson’s bull-in-a-china-shop presence.
And Rob Reiner’s “LBJ” is an often pedestrian, sometimes punchy, well-acted biopic that gives the mightily capable Woody Harrelson the reins of the country’s 36th commander in chief.
Can a movie be made more enjoyable simply by when it’s released?