Writer, Film Lover. My reviews are brief but my passion for film is not.
“There Nothing as Trustworthy ... As The Ordinary Mind - Of The Ordinary Man” - Lonsome Rhodes
Blessed with a silver tongue, good looks and charm, Lonsome Rhodes is discovered in the drunk tank by radio host Marcia Jeffries when she pops into the county lockup for her “Face In The Crowd” spotlight show to capture the voices of ordinary men. His little radio ditty is a huge hit, one thing leads to another and Rhodes becomes a national…
Heartbreaking for so many reasons, the story of course and also because of Judy. She’s brilliant in this film.
Bradley Cooper took as much from this version as he did from the ‘76 version Most memorable would be the “Hold on. I just want to take another look at you.”
It’s a shame they edited this version to death and the original director’s cut isn’t available, but I love that they have used stills and audio to piece together…
Love letter to the show that taught us so much about the world as it should be.
Based on the book by Michael Davis, Marilyn Agrelo does a magnificent job weaving the story of how Joanne Ganz Cooney, Jon Stone, Jim Henson, Frank Oz and so many others brought their ideas together to create this ground breaking show into the hearts and minds of us the children who needed it most and brought all children together for an hour…
“The mediator between the hands and the head must be the heart”.
I finally saw this monstrosity of a film in its entirety on the big screen. Paying homage that is long overdue. Hard to believe it was made in 1927. At the time it took 17 months and cost over 5 million Reichsmarks to make. It’s definitely one of the most defining and pioneering works of cinematic fiction ever made. Filmmakers continue to borrow from the screenplay, visuals and…
TIFF18 Film 19
I really loved this film, but I appreciate that it’s very deliberate structure will irritate some.
The film has no musical score. The soundtrack of the film is simply the actual noise from the house, street, planes flying above, etc. Other than people actually singing, playing music or the street marching band, there is no music in the film. I saw the film in the new Lightbox cinema 2 which has a new and improved sound…