Daily Archives: May 29, 2011

139. M*A*S*H (1970)

Film 57 in C4 Top 100 War Films Rather like Planet of the Apes, I was more familiar with the tv series from my childhood, than the original films. I adored MASH the series – it was poignant, funny and … Continue reading

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138. Battle Royale (2001)

When the Japanese economy takes a turn for the worse, and society begins to crumble, the government decides that something needs to be done about the youth – they no longer respect their elders, and truancy levels are at an … Continue reading

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137. Pan’s Labyrinth (2006)

I first discovered Guillermo Del Toro’s films with the immensely barking mad, but very entertaining Cronos. Then I saw The Devil’s Backbone and fell in love with it. Pan’s Labyrinth is, in my opinion the sequel to The Devil’s Backbone, taking the … Continue reading

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136. The Innocents (1961)

I do love a good horror film, whether it’s a spooky old black & white movie or a  Technicolor gore-fest. The Innocents fall firmly in the first category, and it’s also one of the creepiest films ever made. Deborah Kerr … Continue reading

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