Excuse me while I rant a little but Great War Films from the early 1940’s tend to have a problem or two. I’ve reviewed a couple already, Sergeant York and The Fighting 69th. Both of these films could be considered a call to arms for the USA. Funded by interventionists and laced with pro-war rhetoric, […]Read more "Forty Thousand Horsemen (1941)"
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 […]Read more "The Lost Patrol (1934)"