Just for Fun #1 – The Most Memorable Short Film Reviews

  1.   “It seemed longer.”  (Anon.)   55 Days at Peking (1963)
  2.   “Loved Ben, hated Hur.”  (Anon.)   Ben Hur (1959)
  3.   “And to Hell it can go.”  (Ed Naha)   From Hell It Came (1957)
  4.   “This film needs a certain something.  Possibly burial.” (David Lardner)    Panama Hattie (1942)
  5.   “I loved it – particularly the ideas he took from me.”  (D.W. Griffith)   Citizen Kane (1940)
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  1. marsha felman

    I really enjoyed your list of short movie reviews. I saw a great one recently about The Artist: “Loved it. As benefits a silent film, the less said about it, the better.” (Lisa Parrish)

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