It’s been seventy years since 1946, but these films are as fresh as the day they came out.
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Nothing in LAWRENCE OF ARABIA is without meaning, even the Moon. Here is how David Lean uses it to mark the phases of Lawrence’s career.
We continue our decade countdown with the Top Ten Films of 1945 according to Flickchart users.
In Which We Serve, we’re told by uncredited narrator Leslie Howard, is “a story about a ship.” Eleven minutes into our story, that ship, H.M.S. Torrin, is bombed by a Nazi airplane and goes...
When all movies have already been discussed, dissected, and debated from all points of view: “What’s left to say?”
For many of us, comparing two movies goes back to childhood conversations at lunch or on the bus ride from school. “Top Gun is a lot cooler than Ghostbusters!” “Is not!” “Is too!” And...