Posts Tagged ‘peter o’toole’
With catastrophe rotting the marrow of its bones, "Supergirl" exemplifies why we should be OK with waiting to ensure we get a great female superhero movie.
A musical romantic drama that departs greatly from the James Hilton novella, "Goodbye, Mr. Chips" boasts one of Peter O'Toole's best turns.
Behind the curtain into the Hasidic Jewish community, an Irish priest's life is threatened, Freddie Mercury and "Lawrence of Arabia."
“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.
With three Oscar nominations it did not deserve, "The Stunt Man" is a confused diatribe against ... something.
Victoria watched this Pixar gem for the first time. Will she be charmed or grossed out by a rat working in a kitchen?
The other movie about the Anglo-Zulu War, 1979's "Zulu Dawn" doesn't pack as much emotional punch as 1964's "Zulu."
"Venus" — Peter O’Toole’s Oscar-nominated turn as a rogue in repose — continues Nick Rogers' daily look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.
This 1964 adaptation of the award-winning play crackles with smart dialogue performed by two actors at their peak.
Peter O'Toole earned an Oscar nomination for his role as a drunken has-been movie star in this sweet, sentimental comedy.