It’s a Wonderful Life is a drama from 1946, directed by Frank Capra, and written by Frances Goodrich, Albert Hackett, Capra, and Jo Swerling. The film is based on the short story, The Greatest Gift, self published by Philip Van Doren Stern. The film stars Jimmy Stewart as George Bailey, Donna Reed as Mary BaileyContinue reading “It’s A Wonderful Life.”
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Home Alone is a comedy from 1990, directed by Chris Columbus and written and produced by John Hughes. Home Alone is not an adaption of any book. Home Alone is the first of six films in the Home Alone franchise. The basic premise is that a cunning and resourceful child, who was left home aloneContinue reading “Home Alone.”
Christmas Film Poll.
Hi all, Since it is a month today before Christmas, I thought of a new idea for this blog. This is my poll for reviews of iconic Christmas films over the years, to review on this blog. I hope that this will be the start of interaction between the followers of this blog and myself.
Dune Part One, Film Review.
Dune Part One directed by Denis Villeneuve is an an adaption of the science fiction book, Dune by Frank Herbert that was published in 1965. Dune is one of the most influential science fiction books ever written, selling over 20 million copies. The book is certainly an experience to read, and I may do aContinue reading “Dune Part One, Film Review.”
No Time to Die, Film Review.
Previous final outings of the James Bond films of an actor playing the character are usually among the worst of the whole series. Films such as Die Another Day (Brosnan) and A View to A Kill (Moore) are among the weakest of the franchise. No Time to Die is the best final outing for aContinue reading “No Time to Die, Film Review.”