Out of the sewers, he emerges…(image source)
As with so many classics, The Third Man’s ginormous reputation (#1 on the BFI’s Greatest Films list is no small feat) precedes its real merits. Continue reading
Image source. Charles Foster Kane, here looking extremely visionary.
Citizen Kane has been called “the greatest film of all time” so many times that watching it might feel a bit underwhelming. That’s a shame, because Orson Welles’ debut film truly is a masterpiece. Continue reading