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Fifty years old and still the benchmark by which all historical epics should be measured, Lawrence of Arabia, director David Lean’s stunning biopic of enigmatic British soldier and adventurer TE Lawrence gets a big screen re-release with Sony’s meticulous restoration … Continue reading
Widely considered one of the greatest and most influential films in the history of cinema, David Lean’s epic masterpiece Lawrence of Arabia is celebrating its 50th anniversary and has been restored and released on Blu-ray in a two-disc set. To … Continue reading
Film review | Black Gold – Far-from-slick dialogue leaves oil epic’s cast floundering in the Arabian sand
Jean-Jacques Annaud makes a bid for the sweep and stature of Lawrence of Arabia with Black Gold, but pedestrian storytelling and clunky dialogue leaves his would-be epic drama about a power struggle between feuding kingdoms in soon-to-be-oil-rich 1920s Arabia bogged … Continue reading
You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video Is it a bird? Is it a speck of dust? Is it a mirage? No, it’s Sherif Ali taking his sweet time. There is certainly nothing sudden about … Continue reading
Well, it seems that my recent post about the benefits of a local cinema hit a nerve with many of you, judging by your many comments. Clearly, I’m not the only one longing for a picturehouse in close proximity to … Continue reading
The other day I told a film critic friend of mine that I’d decided to do a post about Brokeback Mountain because it was going to be showing on TV within two days of Crash? (Come back on Monday for … Continue reading