Warning: The following account may have events slightly out of order, as I did not take notes and I saw the episode a whole week ago. 1,427 more words
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Director: William Wyler
As I may have mentioned before I tend to have something against things that are considered classics. It doesn’t matter what medium it is, books (Jane Austen – turgid romance), music (The Beatles and Elvis – both vastly overrated), film (Citizen Kane – don’t even get me started on this rant, it’s in the book so it is on the cards), or even iconic people (John Lennon – nobody can be that pure and good its just nauseating), you can pretty much guarantee that I will either take an extreme dislike to it or out and out despise it. 387 more words
My 3rd favorite Audrey film is Roman holiday.
It is my go to good feel film,it just makes me feel so happy and relaxed. I love the chemistry between her and Gregory Peck as well as with Eddie Albert,I thought that the 3 of them had a great bond throughout the entire film. 209 more words
Ben Hecht was a two-time Academy Award winner for Best Screenplay, and he wrote all kinds of stuff: short stories, novels, nonfiction, plays, and screenplays. For this movie, he produced, wrote, and directed (his frequent collaborator Lee Garmes was co-director and Director of Photography). 657 more words