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The Pleasure Dome: The Collected Film Criticism, 1935-1940THIRD MAN UIET AMERICAN OUR MAN IN HAVANA career as a film critic from the early Thirties to the early Forties during which time he also wrote the novels A GUN FOR SALE turned into the film THIS GUN FOR HIRE BRIGHTON ROCK and CONFIDENTIAL AGENT His reviews are often brief but trenchant with observations about acting styles novel adaptations and problems regarding the creative value of super productions If you can find this book used buy it if you re a serious lover of classic movies you ll love this book Everyone who ever tries to write should read to see how well description of plot can be done and how impossible it is to do it as well The only rival to his plot summaries are the plots Henry James tells to himself in his Journals Also for both an example of how fiction becomes truth I write as one who always writes truth but never could write fictionsample pioneers build their city racketeers build gambling halls pioneers though outnumbering gunmen a hundred to one are all old men with Bibles old ladies sewing shirts for the little ones the little ones themselves poor widows and a few mortality types straight shooting cowboy is asked to become sheriff refuses sees child illed accepts cleans up Or the heavy decorative gun holsters and the ten gallon hats the cleans up Or the heavy decorative gun holsters and the ten gallon hats the sidewalks and the saloons the double crossing sheriff the corrupt judge the fine old man with white whiskers and the girl in gingham and the final slug feast among the toppling gas lamps That s it there s nothing to say about Westerns. His book isbn 9780671214128 format Hardcover and others 284 page. ,


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G when Temple sued them so much #So That The Magazine That Printed The #that the magazine that printed the folded from bankruptcy Greene even had to so that the magazine that printed the review folded from bankruptcy Greene even had to the country for awhile Darker truths in the land of the good ship lollipop were not going to be tolerated especially from a lowly movie reviewer INTRO AND OPENING REVIEWS 1935Reading these erudite witty devastating and masterfully written and observed reviews makes one realize how far the art of film reviewing has fallen There seems to be nothing that Greene does not now and thus his reviews are exemplars of the proper use of wider context of the place not just of movies as movies or as art or entertainment but their place in the world Greene appreciates the messy over the properly crafted the small poetic moment and the happy accident His review of a documentary about the BBC becomes a critiue of society at large At enormous expense from its steel pylon at Daventry the BBC supplies din with the drinks at sundownThat fucking ROCKS This is best taken in little snippets I think this will be my toilet read for the foreseeable future This is to me one of the "best books of film reviews ever on the same pinnacle that I place Pauline Kael "books of film reviews ever on the same pinnacle that I place Pauline Kael 5001 NIGHTS AT THE MOVIES or any of her books of reviews or AGEE ON FILM They re all out of print or eBook which I believe is a crime against intelligent reviewing can t some publisher put all these people s work out electronically at least so we can enjoy it againTHE PLEASURE DOME covers Twentieth Century novelistscreenwriter Graham Greene s THE. 935 1940 by Graham Greene There are many interesting things in ,
May I uote a bit of his critiue of Olivier as Heathcliff This Heathcliff would never have married for revenge Mr Olivier s nervous breaking voice belongs to balconies and Verona and romantic love Greene s stint as a film critic was relatively short balconies and Verona and romantic love Greene s stint as a film critic was relatively short but somewhat legendary and still fodder for oft uoted gems His high literary status has given him cred for one Thing For Another He Operated During Some Of The Peak For another he operated during some of the peak of Hollywood s golden age so the films he covered were sometimes significant ones though his often razor sharp critiues of slick tripe unworthy of his attention also are fun and fascinating The most notorious of his reviews however is regrettably missing from this collection that of the John Ford directed Shirley Temple opus Wee Willie Winkie It s actually not a half bad film and Greene says as much in his 1938 review but not before he penned some of the most discomfiting and dark observations ever to be seen in "print He basically accused Temple s male audiences of being middle "He basically accused Temple s male audiences of being middle pedophiles of Temple being a prepubescent tart who new what she was doing when she shook her well rounded ass and 20th Century Fox of child exploitation and iddie porn peddling It s a real eye popping and disturbing bit of prose partly for where Greene s mind had to go to write it Luckily we can read this review on the internet and I assume it s not in the book because even as of this writing Temple is still alive and the article was judged libelous in its time Greene and the magazine had to pay up bi. Popular Book, The Pleasure Dome: The Collected Film Criticism,