Buster Keaton: The Navigator / Seven Chances / Battling Butler – Limited Edition Blu-ray review [Masters of Cinema]
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Buster Keaton: The Navigator / Seven Chances / Battling Butler – Limited Edition Blu-ray review [Masters of Cinema]

A superb collection, Keaton was truly an all-rounder and these films are the perfect showcase for his talents. Continue reading

Long Day’s Journey into Night Blu-ray review: Dir. Sidney Lumet [Masters of Cinema]
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Long Day’s Journey into Night Blu-ray review: Dir. Sidney Lumet [Masters of Cinema]

It must be a unique challenge adapting a successful play into a successful film. I don’t mean Shakespeare, which lend themselves well to broad, sweeping epics (Akira Kurosawa, Orson Welles and Julie Taymor have made brilliantly cinematic versions of his plays) but rather the low key, intimate dramas that are more concerned with performance. When … Continue reading

Billy Wilder’s ‘One, Two, Three’ coming to Blu-ray for Eureka’s Masters of Cinema series
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Billy Wilder’s ‘One, Two, Three’ coming to Blu-ray for Eureka’s Masters of Cinema series

Billy Wilder was responsible for some of the best, most sharply written films of Hollywood’s golden age, across all genres, but it’s his iconic comedies, such as The Apartment, Some Like It Hot and The Seven Year Itch for which he is chiefly remembered. Now one of his most under-appreciated films, the satirical madcap comedy … Continue reading

The 50th Anniversary 4K Restoration of The Graduate is coming to UK cinemas
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The 50th Anniversary 4K Restoration of The Graduate is coming to UK cinemas

Now here’s something that made me go… FIFTY YEARS?! It’s hard to believe that The Graduate, one of the finest American movies of all-time, was originally released in 1967 and now we’ve reached 50 years after the Mike Nichols‘ portrait of disaffected American youth, we’re getting a 4K restoration that’ll be available to watch at the … Continue reading