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Rob Fraser

Rob Fraser
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
5/5 97% Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975) There's something about feature films that brings out the best in the Pythons. The occasional indulgence of the TV series is replaced by a more focused approach which wrings every conceivable joke out of a given subject. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Mar 29, 2011
4/5 85% Safe (1995) Beautifully constructed, chilling internal nightmare where every scene plays out like a little mini movie in and of itself. Brilliant. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Jul 21, 2010
5/5 98% Chinatown (1974) This is a never-bettered noir masterpiece. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Mar 27, 2009
5/5 98% Badlands (1974) Achingly evocative of a time when Hollywood had the courage to invest in complex and morally ambiguous films and an indisputable masterpiece of American cinema. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Aug 29, 2008
4/5 83% Play Misty for Me (1971) The Man With No Name faces a whole lot of pain in Clint's thrilling directorial debut. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Dec 30, 2006
5/5 98% The Right Stuff (1983) Consistently compelling, capturing all the ambiguity and tension of the book. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Dec 30, 2006
4/5 94% Blue Velvet (1986) Packed with typically beautiful, lavish colour, and multi-referencing once again extending to old favourite The Wizard Of Oz, this is fairly unmissable. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Dec 30, 2006
5/5 96% Double Indemnity (1944) Film noir at its finest, a template of the genre, etc. Billy Wilder in full swing, Barbara Stanwyck's finest hour, and Fred MacMurray makes a great chump. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Jul 6, 2005
4/5 79% Confessions of a Dangerous Mind (2003) Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind may not be in the Citizen Kane class, but George Clooney's first foray behind the camera does boast similarly bravura technique and an infectious sense of joy in the filmmaking process. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Apr 23, 2003