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James Powers

James Powers
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
100% Alfie (1966) An amusing, moving and meaningful picture.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Aug 24, 2017
96% The Birds (1963) Hitchcock prolongs his prelude to horror for more than half the film, playing with audience suspense with comedy and romance while he sets his stage. The horror when it comes is a hair-raiser ...‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Mar 28, 2017
92% What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962) A lurid melodrama of hate, revenge and murder, a high-class horror film, in the Hitchcock vein, with virtuoso performances from Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, and moments both searing and poignant.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Mar 5, 2017
82% Doctor Zhivago (1965) Despite the grim and brooding background, Zhivago has a surging buoyant spirit that is unquenchable. Doctor Zhivago is more than a masterful motion picture; it is a life experience.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Dec 22, 2016
88% Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) An unusual love story, glamorous, sophisticated, with more than a touch of the bizarre.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Oct 3, 2015
94% The Ten Commandments (1956) There is no other picture like it. There will be none. If it could be summed up in a word, the word would be sublime. And the man responsible for that, when all is said and done is Cecil B. DeMille.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Apr 7, 2015
95% Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966) The greatest credit for the implacable engagement that the film creates for its audience must go to the director, Mike Nichols. Nichols makes a stunning film bow with Virginia Woolf.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Nov 20, 2014
91% To Kill A Mockingbird (1962) To Kill A Mockingbird is a product of American realism, and it is a rare and worthy treasure.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Dec 22, 2008
56% Cleopatra (1963) Power and passion are the twin and intertwined themes of Cleopatra, and they have never burned with greater intensity or amid such opulence as they do in this extraordinary film.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Dec 30, 2003