Posts Tagged ‘david lean’
Dismissed in its day for an epic approach to a tragic love triangle, "Ryan's Daughter" has been rightfully revived as a seminal work in David Lean's oeuvre.
"Lawrence of Arabia" is the standard against which all other epics are judged. Sam explores the exotic world of the butt-numbing cinematic achievement.
A smart and sly romantic comedy that showcases the war between the sexes, "Hobson's Choice" is David Lean in his pre-epic phase.
“Lawrence of Arabia” was destined to become one of the most iconic films ever made. A new 50th Anniversary Edition on Blu-ray does it justice.
After surviving WWII, a depression and two major fires, they're still going strong.
Every time a white woman takes a holiday she finds love. Unless you're doing it wrong.
The only film directed by Noel Coward -- and co-directed by David Lean -- is an unwavering tribute to the British Navy.