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Sunday, August 01, 2004

Ineluctable you say?

It only took me three months to actually write a review for ineluctable. Three months. When Jude and I sat down and talked about doing a site like this I was stoked because i saw it as a chance to get out to some movies, write some reviews and have some fun. Instead i've been bouncing from project to project and barely finding time to do the admin work for ineluctable.

But, there is nothing but time i suppose.

Today, I reviewed the original release of The Manchurian Candidate (1962) to coincide with the release of the 2004 version.

an excerpt for you:

Aug 01, 2004—It was as true in 1962 as it is today. To adapt a great book to film you often require a technically strong, but interpretively simple director. It also helps if you can get a clever but unsophisticated screenwriter, and having the star power of 1962’s Frank Sinatra doesn’t hurt either.
or you can read the full article here

Posted by ruzz on August 1, 2004 at 06:04 PM in pet projects | Permalink


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