Brittany Runs a Marathon
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Superb and while O'Toole and Hepburn steal the show, young Anthony Hopkins and Timothy Dalton were destined for stardom after these performances.
Absolutely brilliant this is - and easily explains the financial crisis in a way other movies just haven't been able to.
You have to like Adam McKay films and the way he approached this to like it. Basically The Big Short on steroids. Given how difficult biopics particularly about largely evil figures are, this is pretty good.Clunky in parts yes, but good given everything it may have missed out on being.
The music was outstanding. That redeems a film somewhat that was all over the place and riddled with historical inaccuracies. Biopics are tough, and trying to cast wide swath in a short period almost never works as well as something very specific capturing a shorter period of time.
One of the best late 1940's postwar films, this story based largely on Huey Long is outstanding - not only the acting but the filmography. The remake in the mid 2000's wasn't to this level sadly.