Undoubtedly flawed, but you can’t deny just how fun and exhilarating and genuinely intense it is from start to finish.
Orson Welles's 1941 masterpiece Citizen Kane is a monumental film, one where just the sheer idea of talking about it is daunting. It's
a film measured by great importance, constantly argued as being the greatest motion picture ever made. Weather you agree or disagree with this, it's undeniable how impactful Welles's feature directing debut has been on cinema since it's initial release.
The title alone has almost become a phrase in itself, essentially used as an alternative way of calling…
I kept hearing people say things like “Psycho II isn’t that bad”. I’ll agree that the film isn’t as bad as it could have been, and I’m going to assume that it’s probably the best Psycho film, other than Alfred Hitchcock‘s original masterpiece of course. However, I still can’t comprehend why this exists.
Apparently the director and screenwriter considered this film a love-letter to the original, and they even thought this would’ve made Hitchcock proud. Personally, I think it completely…