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Fernando F. Croce

Fernando F. Croce

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
97% Johnny Guitar (1954) "Nicholas Ray's overwhelming ballad " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Jan 31, 2016
97% Le Notti di Cabiria (Nights of Cabiria) (1957) "Fellini's sad and magical nocturne, a demimonde hopping to Nino Rota's nightclub mambo and Masina's wondrous way with silent-movie throbs " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Jan 20, 2016
67% The Fearless Vampire Killers (1967) "Lustrous caricature of Hammer frights " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Nov 26, 2015
No Score Yet David Copperfield (1935) "The screen bulges from the pleasure of Dickens " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Nov 22, 2015
100% Where the Sidewalk Ends (1950) "A beautiful system of obsessions and ambiguities " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Nov 21, 2015
88% Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) "The crossroads of Fifties and Sixties, party and hangover and romanticism and desperation lustrously distributed across the widescreen by Blake Edwards " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Nov 16, 2015
94% Journal d'un curé de campagne (Diary of a Country Priest) (1951) "Bernanos' Catholic yoke via Robert Bresson's agnostic compassion, an incomparable flow of encounters and challenges " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Nov 8, 2015
64% Inferno (1980) "The most oneiric of Argento frights " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Nov 7, 2015
90% Sous les Toits de Paris (Under the Roofs of Paris) (1930) "The dawn of French talkies " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Nov 7, 2015
98% Eyes Without a Face (1962) "The frisson nonpareil of morbid poetry " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Oct 25, 2015
81% Obsession (1976) "A slow-motion valse, a thesis on aestheticism, a raid on the fabrication of illusions " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Oct 12, 2015
72% Blithe Spirit (1945) "The supernatural ménage of wartime England, staged by David Lean as an elegant fissure between the clipped precision of aristocratic manners and the great unknown beyond the drawing-room " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Oct 10, 2015
96% Island of Lost Souls (1933) "Wells' beastly allegorical satire, mounted by Erle C. Kenton as a pre-Code scald of the lunacy of colonial dominion " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Oct 8, 2015
83% I Wanna Hold Your Hand (1978) "The maiden voyage in Zemeckis' sarcastic time machine " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Oct 7, 2015
100% The Train (1965) "A ripping system of motion, at once streamlined spectacle and thorny moral quandary " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Oct 6, 2015
57% Number Seventeen (Number 17) (1932) "A most endearing Alfred Hitchcock whirl " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Oct 3, 2015
75% Used Cars (1980) "Sixties nostalgia from I Wanna Hold Your Hand shifts to bracing vulgarity circa late-'70s, just as Kurt Russell graduates from Disney to conman greasiness. " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Oct 2, 2015
78% Dance, Girl, Dance (1940) "Without rising out of the cinematically conventional, the movie's self-reflexivity continually questions the gaze of the camera. " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Sep 28, 2015
88% Dodsworth (1936) "'The old triangle stuff' with a new rigor of scrutiny, that's William Wyler on Sinclair Lewis " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Sep 27, 2015
100% Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933) "The Depression as a period of artists in suspension, Busby Berkeley to the rescue " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Sep 26, 2015
100% Grass (1925) "A friendly rivalry with Flaherty informs the venture, a record of vital importance for Rouch, Herzog, Güney, et al. " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Sep 21, 2015
98% The French Connection (1971) "Gangbusters adjusted to the new decade's grungy ambiguity " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Sep 8, 2015
99% Metropolis (1927) "Lang's allegory of allegories posits humanity's progress as a collision not just of labor and management but of technology and sorcery " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Sep 5, 2015
No Score Yet Devil's Doorway (2003) "Mann in his first western is a good two decades ahead of the game " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Aug 31, 2015
89% The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957) "A case of tangible metamorphosis and spiritual expansion, a unique Jack Arnold mastery " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Aug 29, 2015
100% 12 Angry Men (Twelve Angry Men) (1957) "Lumet in his first film records it as a meticulous laboratory experiment, a clammy orchestra " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Aug 26, 2015
100% The Naked Spur (1953) "A plein air chamber piece and a masterwork of location shooting " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Aug 23, 2015
87% The Conqueror Worm (Witchfinder General) (2000) "A legitimately beastly vision " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Aug 20, 2015
80% Scanners (1981) "Cronenberg's deadpan techno-thriller lampoon " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Aug 13, 2015
100% Hiroshima Mon Amour (Hiroshima, My Love) (1959) "A most chic Guernica, sumptuously abstract and visceral " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Aug 9, 2015
100% Shadows (1959) "An impressionistic whirl worth a thousand fumbled words " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Aug 1, 2015
100% The 400 Blows (Les Quatre cents coups) (1959) "Childhood's frustrations for Truffaut are never far from its lilting delights " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Jul 31, 2015
94% Der Blaue Engel (The Blue Angel) (1930) "The walrus and the mink, a Germanic love story " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Jul 26, 2015
96% Double Indemnity (1944) "Variations and tributes can't blunt the sting of Wilder's acidic noir benchmark " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Jul 14, 2015
93% My Life to Live (It's My Life) (Vivre sa vie: Film en douze tableaux) (1962) "At once severe and incandescent, rigorously distanced yet close enough to touch the lenses " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Jul 12, 2015
83% Chinese Roulette "Fassbinder's grinning, glittering comedy. " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Jul 6, 2015
83% Stromboli (1950) "A pivotal bedrock formation in cinema and no mistake " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Jul 4, 2015
96% The Thief of Bagdad (1924) "One marvel after another " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Jun 24, 2015
100% The Big Day (Jour De Fete) (1952) "Wistful coziness and meticulous experimentation already comprise the captivating aesthetic in Tati's feature debut " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Jun 22, 2015
92% Little Women (1933) "Translucent portrait of the artist as tomboy " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Jun 21, 2015
100% Sciuscià (Shoe Shine) (Shoe-Shine) (1946) "De Sica's neorealist Oliver Twist " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Jun 18, 2015
86% The Set-Up (1949) "Robert Wise's virtuosically squalid microcosm " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Jun 16, 2015
83% Nazarin (1958) "A film of inner and outer wounds " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Jun 14, 2015
100% The Maltese Falcon (1941) "John Huston's first whirlpool of seekers and patsies " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Jun 7, 2015
No Score Yet Decision at Sundown (1957) "Less than 80 minutes but dozens of characterization brushstrokes " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Jun 7, 2015
100% Nanook of the North (1922) "Flaherty's great achievement is not documentary objectivity but something else, a sort of reconstructed rawness that illuminates the human struggles and explorations on both sides of the lenses " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Jun 6, 2015
89% Son of Paleface (1952) "Irresistible sagebrush jamboree " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Jun 1, 2015
No Score Yet The Student Prince in Old Heidelberg(Old Heidelberg)(The Student Prince) (1928) "Lubitsch's most emotional silent " ‐ CinePassion
Posted Jun 1, 2015
75% The Boy with Green Hair (1948) "Bracingly peculiar " ‐ CinePassion
Posted May 27, 2015
100% Odd Man Out (1947) "Shadow and rain and snow blur in glistening corrosion for a very long Irish night " ‐ CinePassion
Posted May 25, 2015
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