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This scene outside Ma Kane’s boarding house reportedly drove director Orson Welles crazy. He always resented that, although it was set in a snowy field, the breath of the actors was not visible because the scene was actually filmed on … Continue reading
Never mind that he’s been dead for over three decades, Alfred Hitchcock is very much the man of the moment. His 1958 classic Vertigo has just come top of Sight & Sound‘s once-a-decade poll of the greatest films of all … Continue reading
The Orson Welles film Citizen Kane – the story of a newspaper mogul’s rise and fall – is widely considered one of the best movies of all time. It’s been topping polls for years. Personally, I don’t get what all … Continue reading
Is Slumdog Millionaire overrated? I’m afraid that I think so. It’s not a bad film. The photography is stunning and it’s an obvious crowd pleaser, but it also suffers from weak acting on the part of its two leads and … Continue reading
I’ve always had a thing for Hollywood movie star biographies, but I mean old-school Hollywood, like 1930s, 40s and 50s. Some great reads so far have been Ava Gardner – Love is Nothing by Lee Server, Bette and Joan: The … Continue reading
Surprise, surprise! Alan Moore disowned the long-awaited screen version of his cult comic book Watchmen well before it reached the screen – as has long been his warped wont with adaptations of his work. Yet 300 director Zack Snyder’s movie … Continue reading