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The Scandalous Adventures of Buraikan review

Posted : 4 months ago on 17 April 2017 03:19 (A review of The Scandalous Adventures of Buraikan)

Good stories but the compete against each other fot attention. I prefer the hideous mother killed by his son, ant the dual choral (because there are many storiies and characters and because there´s a group of marginals trying to have a parade).


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The Seven Cervi Brothers review

Posted : 4 months ago on 17 April 2017 03:13 (A review of The Seven Cervi Brothers)

Impossible not to make somethinf out of this story. Don't like the narration, recalled from a present wich is not a special one. Volonte is ok, the parents don't act like tne 'contadini' they are.


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Plucking the Daisy review

Posted : 4 months ago on 17 April 2017 03:10 (A review of Plucking the Daisy )

Well paced comedy, so light even in its provocative striptease background. But more determinant is the small town (Vichy) background, and the Gelin's stereotypical seductive guy.


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Chronicle of the Years of Embers review

Posted : 4 months ago on 17 April 2017 03:06 (A review of Chronicle of the Years of Embers)

Long, dry, too selfconscious and talky in Milloud character always making speeches on the cemetery, characters bound for sacrifice and heroism; but impressive production for a poor cinema standard,


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Mister 880 review

Posted : 4 months ago on 17 April 2017 03:03 (A review of Mister 880)

Minor Goulding but somehow, thanks to Riskin small talk on democracy and free extravagant little john does as Gwenn here, has its charm. A rare sequence with McGuiere, Lancaster and Millard Mitchell, through a window shop.


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Sweepings review

Posted : 4 months, 1 week ago on 12 April 2017 09:47 (A review of Sweepings)

Bert Pardway, one of the Barrymore´s sons (played by George Meeker) is subtlety despised by his dad because, instead of being manager of the Bazaar, he prefers to do the 'window trimming'. ¡An early 1933 precode suggestion that a man who likes interior decoration is gay! Al least, that theme wouldn't even be suggested some years later.


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Sweepings review

Posted : 4 months, 1 week ago on 12 April 2017 09:41 (A review of Sweepings)

Good director, good storyteller, great dialogues by author Lester Cohen and Lionel seraching his new talkie screen persona. I love Eric Linden's character, and 'old boy' Gregory Ratoff is always moving.


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Under the Olive Tree review

Posted : 4 months, 2 weeks ago on 9 April 2017 12:31 (A review of Under the Olive Tree)

De Santis at his most underlined, hiper dramatic, leftist approach. ?Riso amaro' is much better and eben sexier (well Lucia Bose is nice when she laying with and lying to handsome Raf).


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The Machine That Kills Bad People review

Posted : 4 months, 2 weeks ago on 9 April 2017 12:28 (A review of The Machine That Kills Bad People)

Small Rossellini, a comic light but holistic (small village with poor and rich, bad and evil, religion and some paganism in the americans) ambition. The non actor are really non actors.


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The Towering Inferno review

Posted : 4 months, 2 weeks ago on 9 April 2017 12:26 (A review of The Towering Inferno)

All star cast always catch my eye. Irving Allen is mere efectism bur has good collaborators as Sterling Silliphant who knows how to tale in the limits put by Allen.


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