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Doctor Zhivago (1965, David Lean)

If the term (or is that genre?) ‘epic’ required an accompanying picture to go with a definition you’d be hard pressed to find a more appropriate one than of David Lean’s face. 379 more words

DOCTOR ZHIVAGO – Maurice Jarre


Original Review by Craig Lysy

Doctor Zhivago was adapted by screenwriter Robert Bolt from the famous novel written by Boris Pasternak. The original manuscript was smuggled out of the Soviet Union in 1957 and awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1958. 3,112 more words


The Ginger's Oscar Picks: Top 20 Original Score Academy Award Recipients

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So this is the big week…the week leading up to the best event in February…and no I’m not talking about the Super Bowl, because that past. 2,288 more words


WITNESS – Maurice Jarre


Original Review by Jonathan Broxton

Witness is a thriller set in Pennsylvania’s Amish community. The film stars Harrison Ford as John Book, an honest cop, who is forced to travel to rural Pennsylvania to protect a young Amish boy named Samuel, played by Lukas Haas, who unintentionally witnesses a murder while visiting the big city with his mother Rachel, played by Kelly McGillis. 1,284 more words