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stve’s Film Reviews

56 Films have been rated or reviewed by stve.

Man Who Watched Trains Go By, The (1953)
4 stars (Very Good) Simenon's characters and plot wrap around you like a warm bath, leaving you tingly and warm
I Walked with a ZombieI Walked with a Zombie (1943)
5 stars (Exceptional) Gripping. Bizarrely unlikely gothic voodoo. Approaches perfection
Body Snatcher, TheBody Snatcher, The (1945)
5 stars (Exceptional) Beautiful.
Queen KellyQueen Kelly (1929)Recommended
5 stars (Exceptional) This and it's extras are like an instant 101 course in 1930s Hollywood. A smorgasbord of treasures.
Cabin in the SkyCabin in the Sky (1943)
5 stars (Exceptional) Love it. A document of amazing artists proving that the finest gold will shine through shit everytime.
Stormy WeatherStormy Weather (1943)Recommended
5 stars (Exceptional) Winge all you like about black face and race politics. This remains the greatest music n dance movie Hollywood made.
It Always Rains on SundayIt Always Rains on Sunday (1947)Recommended
5 stars (Exceptional) A peerless portrait of East End life after WW2. Makes you wish there was a similar documention of working class life from all areas and eras. Mise–en–scène, acting, direction, and camera work are beautiful.
BaitBait (2019)Aro Favourite
5 stars (Exceptional) Give Cornwall back to the Cornish!rnI liked it so much I adopted it and I’m a right tight bast*d.
BacurauBacurau (2019)Recommended
5 stars (Exceptional) adventure tourism with a side order of cruel local politics. Gritty as all hell. The side of South America The gap year scum don’t see
Gate of HellGate of Hell (Jigokumon) (1953)
5 stars (Exceptional) Fabulous. Makes you wish there were more of Teinosuke Kinugasa's considerable ouevre still extant. A treasure

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