This movie in its short run time manages to veer from a first half classic Film Noir into a less interesting drama in the second.
Robert Ryan delivers his usual brooding intensity as a tortured soul of a Policeman who is losing his connection to society as a whole through his prolonged immersion in the seedier side of humanity.
Benched by his superiors for heavy handed tactics he is loaned out to a country sherrif to assist in capturing a…
Eastenders does the Apocalypse
To be honest the title says it all and from that alone you will have already made up your mind wether this is for you or not.
Just a word of warning though don't be too hasty in dismissing this as British 'B' Movie bollocks. There's enough action and comedy on show to thaw the most jaded of film reviewers hearts.
It may be headlined by some hip young British talent but it's the appearance of…
Received with mixed reviews when it came out, Vertigo is now regarded as one of Hitchcock’s masterpieces, a dreamlike tale of obsession and an unhealthy all consuming search for lost love.
James Stewart is known for his ability to play an "everyman" character, and is good as Scottie. While Kim Novak has that ethereal quality, always seeming out of place and apart from everything around her.
It was named the best film of all time in the 2012 Sight & Sound…