Category Archives: Charles Laughton

The Big Clock

According to a Wikipedia article, “film noir” is French for “black film.” What makes up the elements of film noir? You could find any number of websites that will offer varying descriptions but your humble reviewer thinks the best way to describe noir is to point at various films of the genre and to say, […]

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If I Had A Million

This review will contain spoilers. If you read the whole review, even with spoilers, you should still derive a great deal of enjoyment from watching this movie. Your humble reviewer has seen this movie several times and is of the opinion that it is among the best of movies from the early 1930s. John Glidden […]

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