Rod Taylor (1930 – 2015)

Top dúzia, então: 1- Os Pássaros (The Birds, Alfred Hitchcock, 1963) 2- Zabriskie Point (Michelangelo Antonioni, 1970) 3- Assim Caminha a Humanidade (Giant, George Stevens, 1956) 4- Bastardos Inglórios (Inglourious Basterds, Quentin Tarantino, 2009) 5- A Máquina do Tempo (The Time Machine, George Pal, 1960) 6- Vidas Separadas (Separate Tables, Delbert Mann, 1958) 7- 36Continuar lendo “Rod Taylor (1930 – 2015)”

Centenário de Burt Lancaster

Top-dúzia, então! 1- A Embriaguez do Sucesso (Sweet Smell of Success, Alexander Mackendrick, 1957) 2- O Leopardo (Il Gattopardo, Luchino Visconti, 1963) 3- Baixeza (Criss Cross, Robert Siodmak, 1949) 4- Assassinos (The Killers, Robert Siodmak, 1946) 5- Vera Cruz (Robert Aldrich, 1954) 6- A Um Passo da Eternidade (From Here to Eternity, Fred Zinnemann, 1953)Continuar lendo “Centenário de Burt Lancaster”

Centenário de Wendy Hiller

Top 5: 1- Sei Onde Fica o Paraíso (I Know Where I’m Going! Powell & Pressburger, 1945) 2- O Homem Elefante (The Elephant Man, David Lynch, 1980) 3- Pygmalion (Anthony Asquith/Leslie Howard, 1938) 4- Vidas Separadas (Separate Tables, Delbert Mann, 1958) 5- O Homem Que Não Vendeu Sua Alma (A Man for All Seasons, FredContinuar lendo “Centenário de Wendy Hiller”

Top-dúzia: David Niven

The hardest thing in the world to do, for a director, is a comedy. If you do a drama, that doesn’t quite come off, you may still have a fairly good drama, but if a comedy does not come off, you’ve got a disaster. There’s no covering up with a comedy. They’re frightfully hard to write, very difficult to direct, and they’re not at all easy to act, as a matter of fact.