Advertisements
Advertisements

Author Archives

leandromatos1981

Classic Review: Playtime (1967)

Headline: A brilliant and hilarious critique of modern society.

Continue reading “Classic Review: Playtime (1967)”

Advertisements
Advertisements

A Private War – An Emotionally Distant War Biopic

Headline: a solid film that fails to deliver a lasting impression.

Continue reading “A Private War – An Emotionally Distant War Biopic”

Classic Review: Somebody Up There Likes Me (1956)

The breakout role that introduced audiences to a new enduring star: Paul Newman.

Continue reading “Classic Review: Somebody Up There Likes Me (1956)”

Classic Review: The Subject Was Roses (1968)

The triumphant return of Patricia Neal to the screen gives us one of the best performances of her career.

Continue reading “Classic Review: The Subject Was Roses (1968)”

Classic Review: From Here to Eternity (1953)

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.

Continue reading “Classic Review: From Here to Eternity (1953)”

Classic Review: These Three (1936)

Editor’s note: Check out our new weekly classic movie reviews starting with 1936’s These Three.

Continue reading “Classic Review: These Three (1936)”

%d bloggers like this: