Reviewed Mar 11, 2012
Leighton Trent’s review:
It's perfect in the way classic film feels but carries the modern detached, jaded tone, which makes it almost like a transition film between what was past and what is now present. It's a haunting film, one that is lasting in the mind far after it's finished. The acting from everyone is incredible, but Cloris Leachman is truly devastating. Bogdanovich created his masterpiece here, and still today it stands as one of the most important and well-made films within the Hollywood machine.