Peter Bogdanovich

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The Last Picture Show at 50: a melancholic ode to the ghost town
The bleak 1971 drama is an enduring look at a dying small town that finds moments of humanity in among the sadness

Scott Tobias

22, Oct, 2021 @6:18 AM

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Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché review – paean to a movie pioneer
This intriguing documentary shines a light on the astonishing career of the first woman to direct a film – and possibly the first director ever

Peter Bradshaw

15, Jan, 2020 @4:00 PM

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The Creatress review – pretzel-shaped black comedy
Lindy Booth is a literary novelist in this baffling, post-postmodern bookworld tale of sex and rivalry

Leslie Felperin

10, Oct, 2019 @4:00 PM

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They'll Love Me When I'm Dead review – exasperating Orson Welles documentary
Imitating the chaos that blighted the making of Welles’ ‘lost’ masterpiece, this misconceived Netflix oddity can’t compare to the anarchic real thing

Peter Bradshaw

02, Nov, 2018 @7:00 AM

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The Other Side of the Wind review – lost Orson Welles epic is hurricane of anger and wit
Venice film festival 2018: Edited for release 50 years after it was shot, this autobiographical satire is just as wild, dated and brilliant as you’d expect

Peter Bradshaw

31, Aug, 2018 @12:15 PM

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From Don't Look Now to The Godfather – why the 1970s is my favourite film decade
While Jaws and Star Wars spawned the blockbuster, groundbreaking film-makers pushed cinema to the limits with edgy drama and sparkling comedy

Ryan Gilbey

03, Apr, 2018 @5:00 AM

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Orson Welles fans who donated to have final film finished want their money back
Late director’s partner refuses to give up negatives of ‘lost’ film The Other Side of the Wind, adding further delay to crowdfunding campaign

Ben Child

07, Apr, 2016 @4:22 PM

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Timbuktu, Democrats, Glassland, The Water Diviner, She’s Funny That Way and more – DVD reviews
Two dazzling films about troubled African nations, an emotionally nourishing study of alcoholism – and Russell Crowe’s return to form

Guy Lodge

09, Aug, 2015 @6:00 AM

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She’s Funny That Way review – rom but no com
Peter Bogdanovich’s screwball comedy fails to live up to its title, with only Jennifer Aniston making an impact

Mark Kermode, Observer film critic

28, Jun, 2015 @7:00 AM

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She's Funny That Way review – dated farce not really funny that way
Owen Wilson, Jennifer Aniston and a smattering of high-profile cameos can’t rescue this strained offering crammed full of wacky coincidences

Peter Bradshaw

25, Jun, 2015 @9:15 PM

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The Last Picture Show – review

Peter Bogdanovich's masterpiece still looks magnificent, writes Philip French

Philip French

16, Apr, 2011 @11:05 PM

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The Last Picture Show review – a masterpiece whichever way you look at it
Peter Bogdanovich's 1971 ode to a Texan small town is baked in the summer heat of eroticism and sexual tension

Peter Bradshaw

14, Apr, 2011 @9:20 PM

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