Worthy of an Oscar 17: Lawrence of Arabia
The best film of 1962 tells about a legendary British military personel T.E. Lawrence who fought against Turkey in World War I. This three hour epic involves a lot of walking through the desert under brilliant score but what other value does it contain?
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BigBlackHatMan: I am biased. To Kill a Mockingbird is one of my all time favorite films. Also, if you want historical accuracy, Darryl Zanuck made a decent effort on the Longest Day by coordinating with the American, British, and German army records. Good work
Timdiana: I have seen Lawrence of Arabia and I do have some respect for it, but I don’t think it has aged well. Aside from that, I have no ill will against this movie. Good review.