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“I agree all the way. Not that Hallstrom hadn't made other good films, but none comes close to this one. One of the finest evocations of childhood I've ever seen.”
Vince C. on Three Reasons: My Life as a Dog, about 9 hours ago.
“Is it just me, or does Vince Edwards bear a resemblance to Mark Ruffalo?”
Vince C. on Three Reasons: The Killing, about 9 hours ago.
“1. The ever-uncompromising Altman. 2. The dress in the car door. 3. Duvall. She seems born for every role she gets.”
Vince C. on Three Reasons: 3 Women, about 9 hours ago.
“I could repeat everything that's been said here. A film I will never tire of seeing. But I do have one teeny reservation: I wish we hadn't seen that single early shot of the defendant. With that . . .”
Vince C. on Three Reasons: 12 Angry Men, about 10 hours ago.
“Second only to The Thirty-Nine Steps as the master's best film from his British period. His wit is firmly entrenched in both. Maybe that's why I prefer Rear Window to Vertigo.”
Vince C. on Three Reasons: The Lady Vanishes, about 10 hours ago.
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