The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
John Ford: The Man who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)
Perhaps the most famous line in John Ford’s classic film The Man who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) was: “when the legend becomes fact, keep the legend.” I try in my now extensive mem...
Let Me In - A shot by shot remake? (SPOILERS!)
From what I've heard Let Me In is a shot by shot remake of Let the Right One In but here is my question....
Let Me In is not rated R for nudity. I know the scene at the end of the original was a du...
So what's everyone take on this weekend.
I believe Chasing Liberty is the only film to be released at least moderately wide.
I know Mandy Moore can break 10 mil, but is 15 possible?
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To be honest, I find the beginning of the film which sets up the flashback, to be a weak start which the film has to overcome, but it successfully does so, and the actual ending of the film, after the flashback ends and everyone, except for perhaps one significant character, knows the truth of the s....
it is actually Wayne's character that shoots Liberty Valance, not Stewart's character.