Headline: A brilliant and hilarious critique of modern society.
Headline: A true modern classic by team Merchant Ivory
A clever screwball comedy with a stellar performance by Carole Lombard.
Headline: a solid film that fails to deliver a lasting impression.
The breakout role that introduced audiences to a new enduring star: Paul Newman.
The triumphant return of Patricia Neal to the screen gives us one of the best performances of her career.
Montgomery Clift was always one of my favorite actors. He was one of the leaders of the 50’s transformation of what it meant to be a leading man, alongside Brando and Dean. They possessed completely different acting styles – and equally genius – of projecting a sense of fragility that simply no one had done before, to the point of being truly revolutionary.
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