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Revolutionary Road - Review

Revolutionary Road was a much-praised film from 2008, which garnered a myriad of award nominations, but only really achieved one 'major' success for Kate Winslet at the Golden Globes. And that speaks volumes about the flaws in the film. It's a glossy, beautiful work with some terrific performances from a stellar cast, but ultimately leaves the viewer out in the cold...

Rome Open City – Review

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Helen of Troy was the face that launched a thousand ships; this was the film that pulled Ingrid Bergman from the riches of Hollywood into the tiny budgets of Italian cinema. That shows the impact of this film.

Rope - Review

Rope is considered among the high, second shelf of Alfred Hitchcock movies, for me it’s a maguffin-less script that brims with sound-stage showiness, Rope is among my top five Hitchcock films.

Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead - Review

Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead is the great cinematic adaptation of a Theatre of the Absurd play, with 1990’s Venice Golden Lion to credit his directorial debut, Stoppard’s tragicomedy took 24 years to get to the screen, most importantly the acting-de-force remained.

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