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"MIDDLEMARCH" (1994) Review

Many years have passed since I first saw "MIDDLEMARCH", the 1994 BBC adaptation of George Eliot's 1871 novel. Many years. I recalled enjoying it . . . somewhat. But it had failed to leave any kind of impression upon me. Let me revise that. At least two performances left an impression upon me. But after watching the miniseries for the một giây time, after so many years, I now realize I should have paid closer attention to the production.

Directed bởi Anthony Page and adapted for ti vi bởi Andrew Davies, "MIDDLEMARCH" told the story about a fictitious Midlands town...
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"THE FOUR FEATHERS" (1939) Review

There have been seven versions of A.E.W. Mason’s 1902 novel, "The Four Feathers". At least three of them were silent films. In 1939, British producer Alexander Korda released the first sound adaptation of the novel. This version was also the first one to be filmed in color. Directed bởi Korda’s brother, Zoltan Korda, "THE FOUR FEATHERS" starred John Clements, June Duprez, Ralph Richardson and C. Aubrey Smith.

Not only was this version of ”THE FOUR FEATHERS” the first to feature both sound and color, it is regarded bởi many as the best adaptation of Mason’s...
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"THE LEGEND OF BAGGER VANCE" (2000) Review

I never saw "THE LEGEND OF BAGGER VANCE" in the movie theaters when it was first released years ago. I have a low tolerance of sports phim chiếu rạp and there are only a few that I consider các sở thích of mine. Another reason why I never saw this film in the theaters is that my family simply had no desire to see it.

Based upon Steven Pressfield's 1995 novel and directed bởi Robert Redford, "THE LEGEND OF BAGGER VANCE" was a box office flop. Worse, it had received mixed to negative reviews. Among the criticisms directed at the film was the accusation that the Bagger...
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"GONE WITH THE WIND" (1939) Review

Several years ago, I had come across an bài viết that provided a danh sách of old classics that the tác giả felt might be overrated. One of those phim chiếu rạp turned out to be the 1939 Oscar winning film, "GONE WITH THE WIND". Not only did the tác giả accuse the movie of being both racist and sexist, he also claimed that the movie had not aged very well over the past seven decades.

Did I agree with the author? Well, let me put it this way. I would say that "GONE WITH THE WIND" has managed to withstand the tests of time . . . to a certain extent. As the tác giả had pointed...
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”THE WINDS OF WAR” (1983) Review

Some forty-five years ago, tác giả Herman Wouk wrote ”The Winds of War”, a bestselling novel about the experiences of a middle-aged U.S. Navy officer and his family during the early years of World War II. A decade later, ABC ti vi and producer David Wolper brought his story to the ti vi screen with a seven-part, fourteen-and-a-half giờ miniseries that became a ratings hit and a major Emmy and Golden Globe nominee.

Produced bởi Dan Curtis and Barbara Steele, and directed bởi Curtis; ”THE WINDS OF WAR” was a sprawling saga that told the story...
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"RACE TO FREEDOM: THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD" (1994) Review

Many ti vi viewers and moviegoers might be surprised to learn that Hollywood had aired a good number of ti vi phim chiếu rạp that featured the topic of U.S. slavery. One of those phim chiếu rạp proved to be an offshoot of the 1977 miniseries, "ROOTS". However, another was the 1994 ti vi movie called "RACE TO FREEDOM: THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD".

The 1994 ti vi movie is a story about the Underground Railroad, a loose network of secret routes and an toàn, két an toàn houses occasionally used bởi willing 19th-century slaves in the United States to escape...
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"THE BLUE AND THE GRAY" (1982) Review

In 1982, CBS ti vi aired a three-part miniseries about the experiences of two families during the Civil War. Sounds familiar? It should, for John Jakes had wrote something similar in three novels between 1982 and 1987 – namely the "NORTH AND SOUTH" Trilogy. Jakes’ novels were adapted for ti vi in 1985, 1986 and 1994. However this miniseries was produced bởi Larry White and Lou Reda. And despite the mildly similar theme to the "NORTH AND SOUTH" saga, there are some vast differences.

"THE BLUE AND THE GRAY" had not been based upon any particular...
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"THE BARCHESTER CHRONICLES" (1982) Review

Back in 1982, the BBC turned to 19th century tác giả Anthony Trollope for a seven-part miniseries called ”THE BARCHESTER CHRONICLES”. The miniseries was based upon the author’s first two Barchester novels about the Church of England.

Directed bởi David Giles and written bởi Alan Plater, ”THE BARCHESTER CHRONICLES” is an adaptation of ”The Warden” (1855) and ”Barchester Towers” (1857). The novels focused upon the the dealings and social maneuverings of the clergy and gentry literature concern the dealings of the clergy and the gentry that...
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"INFAMOUS" (2006) Review

I have heard a lot about the two movie biographies based upon Truman Capote’s experiences, while working on his famous 1966 non-fiction novel, "In Cold Blood" – 2005's "CAPOTE" and "INFAMOUS", which hit movie theaters in the following year. But this review is about the một giây film . . . namely "INFAMOUS". Written and directed bởi Douglas McGrath, the movie starred Toby Jones as Truman Capote.

To be honest, I did not know what to expect of "INFAMOUS". Since it was the một giây Capote movie to be released, it failed to garner any prestigious critic awards hoặc nominations...
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