"For me it will always be Citizen Kane.
I've said this before and been bitten on the ass for it, but I think Welles -- for all his considerable articulateness -- was a hash as a writer. He did his best work when someone else had the pen,…"
"I really like Orson Welles. I may need to revisit Citizen Kane. I gave it 3 stars.
I gave Jane Eyre 5 Stars
The Tird Man 5 Stars
The Stranger 4 Stars
The Lady from Shanghai 4 Stars
Touch of Evil 3 Stars
A man for all Seasons 3 Stars
"I've never watched a decent print of The Trial but it's, by far, my favorite Orson Welles movie. It never gets old. The combination of Kafka's paranoia and Welles' penchant for sleight of hand makes this a perfect nightmare.…"
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"BUT I decided to watch it again as I saw the special edition (with the director feature you noted above) on my local library shelf this afternoon - not long afer I made the last post! Weird. Course, I do live smack in the middle of NYC, so maybe…"
"Downhill Racer (1969, Robert Redford)
A cinematic equivalent to a good short story about a young, good-looking, uber-competitive American jackass of a ski ameteur attempting to qualify and compete in the Winter Olympics. It true, Redford displays…"
"Sorry, I just realised that my original post has missing words :P I was wondering if there is a way to find out the date when certain content was put on Netflix? Eg. Season 3 of The Walking Dead, Person of Interst"
"Thanks, Scone. From the essay-
Slogtenhorst: Quite a number of critics deride the film because they claim that the narrative does not reach the level of artistic quality as the quartet; of course not: the film does not aspire to do so. So that…"