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Pierre Greenfield

Pierre Greenfield
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
85% The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976) Nicolas Roeg's extraordinary film is, amongst other things, a scathing satire and a science-fiction tragedy. ‐ Parallax View
Posted Dec 17, 2011
73% The Front Page (1974) [Billy] Wilder's later films tend to be about loneliness, despair, desperation... and these things are at the forefront of his version of The Front Page. ‐ Parallax View
Posted Jul 12, 2011
97% Monsieur Verdoux (1947) I find Chaplin's film a drab and essentially false achievement. ‐ Parallax View
Posted Jan 9, 2011
90% The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane (1976) ... what we're left with is an extremely interesting rough draft, a plot pregnant with intriguing ideas that never quite achieves artistic childbirth. ‐ Parallax View
Posted Dec 21, 2010
70% The Europeans (1979) ... the best James movie to date, in terms of catching the author's essence, and it's an exquisite entertainment, immensely worth seeing. ‐ Parallax View
Posted Sep 18, 2010
85% King of Kings (1961) There is a lot wrong with King of Kings, but I was far more impressed than I thought I would be, and it certainly bears Ray's signature. ‐ Parallax View
Posted Sep 18, 2010
53% The Loved One (1965) ... a blend of the brilliant and the dreadful so extreme that it is almost never anywhere in between... ‐ Parallax View
Posted Sep 18, 2010
94% Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975) ... gorgeous, richly textured, full of pellucid colours and images that tremble between tableau and hallucination. ‐ Parallax View
Posted Sep 18, 2010
No Score Yet Otley (1968) [Dick] Clement and his usual scripting partner, Ian La Frenais... have a keen eye for this sort of comic-but-realistic perspective [and] a fine ear for the way ordinary people talk... ‐ Parallax View
Posted Sep 18, 2010
83% Alice, Sweet Alice (Communion) (1976) ... a classy chiller on a low budget, and a celebration of cinema at its noirest. ‐ Parallax View
Posted Sep 18, 2010
96% Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) ... it's good enough, for all Kubrick's obvious influence on it, to stand on its own as a classic of the science-fiction genre, and also outside any genre considerations. ‐ Parallax View
Posted Sep 18, 2010
42% The Illustrated Man (1969) The Illustrated Man is undeniably a mess, a jigsaw where the pieces hint at some sort of overall unity but never quite fit. ‐ Parallax View
Posted May 7, 2010
80% Death on the Nile (1978) Peter Ustinov as Hercule P. floats along in the Agatha Christie mystery soup quite serenely... ‐ Parallax View
Posted Apr 21, 2010