Archive for September, 2012

Danse à Lagrasse

On July 17th 2010, 16 guest dancers from the Royal Ballet Covent Garden gave an open-air performance in a small village in south-west France, combining some of the world’s most popular and enduring ballet sequences with a selection of cutting-edge contemporary choreography.

The Princess Bride

The origins of Rob Reiner’s great movie have long been disputed. Here we try to unravel who really wrote the novel on which it is based.

Singin’ in the Rain

Hollywood’s most popular musical, this classic remains in perfect condition and yields a lot more than you might expect from repeated viewings.

The Bourne Trilogy

The Bourne Trilogy was a shot in the arm to the action genre and each new installment raised the expectation as to what an action picture can do and say.

Unforgiven

Unforgiven was only the third western to win the Oscar for Best Picture. Despite the small field, that doesn’t stop it from being an American classic.

Notorious

One of the reasons why Hitchcock’s films are so popular is that no matter how many times you can watch them, you find something new.


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