Jumpingfrog ★★★★★ 2
“One is starved for Technicolor up there.”
Confession time. Although it's so well loved, so well known and so blatantly a natural choice for me I've never before seen A…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
The story of the girl who thinks she knows what (or rather who) she wants, but in pursuit of her goal finds she doesn't and meets her real true love…
Since the very earliest days of cinema Charles Dickens' works have been a regular fixture on the screen, but even with Lon Chaney as Fagin in The 1922 version of…
Fritz Lang's immense 1922 epic Dr. Mabuse The Gambler was only the second film I ever reviewed on Letterboxd (the first was an obscure Jessie Matthews film; The Man From…