Director William A. Wellman could do a lot really well, but what he was best at was Westerns and any movie that dealt with planes. In fact, any movie that involved action, Wellman was game.… Read More Kino Blu-ray Review: William A. Wellman’s ‘The Ox-Bow Incident’ & ‘Yellow Sky’
I’m writing for Buzzlegoose again and my new review for them covers Twelve O’clock High (1949), starring Gregory Peck and directed by Henry King. The film was recently released on Blu-Ray by Fox. The review can be found here: http://www.buzzlegoose.com/film/blu-ray-review-twelve-o%E2%80%99clock-high-directed-by-henry-king/.
Directed by Elia Kazan 20th Century Fox US, 118 minutes Starring Gregory Peck, Dorothy McGuire, John Garfield Gentleman’s Agreement, which won the 1947 Best Picture Oscar, has a fairly simple plot. Gregory Peck’s character, Phillip Green, is an experienced journalist who moves to New York after being hired to write a series of stories for… Read More “Gentleman’s Agreement” (1947)
Here’s a rundown of some films I’ve picked up recently (and when time allows, I hope to write full posts on them): The Philadelphia Story – 1940, George Cukor – Warner 2-disc DVD – You can’t tell me this is a bad movie. It’s fantastic from start to finish and everyone is wonderful in it.… Read More Recent Acquisitions