Four Sons (1928)

Oh dear, here we go again. A silent era Great War Film. I settle myself in for an hour and a half of set chewing, cartoonish stereotypes and 30 minutes of story. But, just maybe this one has a bit of promise. ‘Four Sons’ is an early John Ford film. The guy who directed some […]

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The Lost Patrol (1934)

And so, I return to the early 1930’s for my next review. An era I recently complained about during my review of ‘A Farewell to Arms’. My complaints being that the films of the era tend to suffer from a lack of realism or acting ability or directorial skill or good writing whilst being loaded […]

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