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The Pirate - Review

The Pirate was, is considered a misunderstood musical, some what before its time, directed by Vincente Minnelli, released in 1948 and starring Kelly and Garland its one is films of pure delight and colour, along with An American in Paris & Some Came Running his real great pictures, unlike the frankly overrated Meet Me in St Louis & Gigi.

The Proposition – Review

The Proposition has a simple set-up that is outlined in the first ten minutes of the film with one expository speech. Ray Winstone plays an English policeman who believes it is his job to civilise the young country of Australia, civilise it from the pervasive criminal element, presented in the film as Irish, and from the Aborigine’s that the white settlers found inhabiting the land when they got there.

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