ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST (1968) – Review by Andrew Sarris [The Village Voice]

2017-12-17T11:25:38-08:00 December 17th, 2017|Categories: SERGIO LEONE|Tags: , , , |

Once Upon a Time in the West is Sergio Leone’s most American Western, but it is still dominantly and paradoxically European in spirit, at one and the same time Christian and Marxist, despairing and exultant, nihilistic and regenerative.

THE CONVERSATION (1974) – Review by Andrew Sarris

2017-11-23T09:49:45-08:00 November 23rd, 2017|Categories: CINEMA, FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA|Tags: , , |

by Andrew Sarris I It came over the car radio while I was driving out to wintry, stormy Long Island for the Memorial Day weekend. The Conversation had won the Grand Prize at Cannes, The Sugarland Express had been singled out for its screenplay, and Jack Nicholson had been named [...]