Hello everyone! 🙂
Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley!
And welcome to the fourth and final instalment of this year’s ‘Judy Garland Film Review Season’!
To conclude this film review season, I’m tackling the 1954 film ‘A Star is Born’, starring Judy Garland and James Mason. This is considered one of Judy Garland’s best works in film and is an epic classic. It’s also one out of four films made under the same name, though I haven’t seen the other three films yet.
The film also features Jack Carson, Charles Bickford and Tom Noonan. I also found it a surprise that additional scenes were included in the film, albeit using photographs and audio. How did this film impress me? Is it still good today as it was back then in 1954? Or is the film dated and not epic as it appears?
Please feel free to check out, read and comment on my review for 1954’s ‘A Star is Born’ by clicking on the link for it.
Bye for now!