Saturday, May 14, 2005

Rogues and Vagabonds Philadelphia Story review

For those who have £10 to spare, have a look at the Rogues and Vagabonds review of The Philadelphia Story. The free synopsis reads:
The Philadelphia Story was always the seductive box office choice with which to end the season, boosted by the sentimental affection in which so many people hold the two famous movie treatments. It turns out that Philip Barry’s original 1939 stage play is a star vehicle full of problems for subsequent productions.

There is also a free article defending Kevin Spacey against the critics' "xenophobic sour grapes or intellectual snobbery".

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