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DVD Review – ‘A Star is Born’ (1954)

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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. Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘20,000 Leagues Under the Sea’ (1954)

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My knowledge of Jules Vernes as a novelist is rather limited. I’ve only heard a few mentions and references to his books in films like ‘Back to the Future, Part III’ and I have seen a film adaptation of ‘Journey to the Centre of the Earth’ with Brendan Fraser. But I haven’t read any of Verne’s books. 😐 Continue reading

DVD Reviews – ‘Agatha Christie Murder Mystery DVD Collection’

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Many of you Agatha Christie fans will be anticipating the upcoming film adaptation of ‘Death on the Nile’ by Kenneth Branagh. Before that time comes, here are four reviews on four film adaptations of Agatha Christie’s books from producers John Brabourne and Richard Goodwin to enjoy. Continue reading

DVD review – ‘North by Northwest’

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Is it normal for a ‘Doctor Who’ fan to review an Alfred Hitchcock movie? (Pause) I don’t know, but I’m going to do it anyway. Today, I’ve released a new page on my blog called ‘The World of Alfred Hitchcock’. And today, I’ve added my new DVD review on the 1959 film called ‘North by Northwest’. Continue reading