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McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971), Robert Altman

A poignant tale wrapped inside a sublimely unconventional western, Robert Altman’s 1971 McCabe & Mrs. Miller, casts the unlikely idealist hero against the powerful push of corporate America, under heavy snow and thunderstorm rain and flying bullets and hot fire. 854 more words

Review: Doctor Zhivago

Title:                         Doctor Zhivago

Certificate:               PG

Director:                   David Lean

Major Players:         Omar Sharif, Julie Christie, Alec Guinness

Out Of Five:             Four

David Lean’s Doctor Zhivago was the first “grown up” movie I saw at the cinema.  927 more words

Film Review

Don't Look Now

Don’t Look Now is a movie I absolutely loved, in fact, I almost just want to watch it again instead of reviewing it. I’m going to take a shot at reviewing it anyway, because I feel like this movie isn’t talked about that much and even though I’m not expecting this review to change that, I have to try anyway. 773 more words


D: Don't Look Now (1973)

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The Brits have a very layered way of moving up in the world of performing arts: you start at the bottom, and work your way up. 540 more words

Movies That Do Not Suck

Don't look now (1973) - Review

Τα βλέπω όλα κόκκινα ! 

by Konstantina G. 

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'The past is a foreign country': L. P. Hartley's The Go-Between

The BBC’s new dramatization of The Go-Between, broadcast on 20 September 2015, seems a suitable occasion to highlight our substantial archive of the novelist… 440 more words


Far from the Madding Crowd

Back on May 1st, this latest adaptation of Thomas Hardy’s 19th century novel, was being offered up as the “adult alternative”, to the over-hyped and over-stuffed “Avengers: Age of Ultron”. 360 more words