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great tv movie

Posted : 12 years, 8 months ago on 19 February 2006 06:35 (A review of The Bourne Identity (TV Miniseries))

A tv movie, divided in 2 parts each of 1h30, it is much much much better than the 2002 remake with Matt Damon. Richard Chamberlain is way more believable than Damon, as the character is older, and has the experience necessary to make the character believable. Too bad not many people know of this movie. Great acting, good photography, and a nice script.


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play much better

Posted : 12 years, 8 months ago on 17 February 2006 02:36 (A review of Proof)

This is a cinematic adaptation of Auburn's play, which was 10/10. It required you to follow the story more, and the viewer had to imagine the father; also, the scenes were not all that evident in the play, as they were kept in the background, whereas in the movie, everything had to be shown so that the general public could follow the storyline better (and understand what the entire idea was on the whole). A good adaptation, however not the best I've ever seen.


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Tim Burton's Willy Wonka

Posted : 12 years, 8 months ago on 12 February 2006 01:11 (A review of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Widescreen Edition))

I preferred Gene Wilder's Wonka, simply because in Tim Burton's film, a relationship with Wonka's father was added - this did not exist in the book at all.
Despite this, Burton's version is indeed much closer to Dahl's book, and for that, it deserves to be seen by everyone, especially those who claim to prefer the film Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.


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