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REVIEW: ‘Citizen Kane’ (1941)

Grade: A As I sit down to review Orson Welles’ undisputed masterpiece Citizen Kane I realize what a daunting task I have before me. The film has appeared atop many of the greatest films of all-time lists and is widely considered to be one of the most influential films ever made. It has been analyzed […]

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REVIEW: ‘The Stranger’ (1946)

Grade: B+ As I have been doing this career appreciation segment here at Film Misery, I have learned that even the greatest filmmakers of all-time have their flaws. Every director has that one film that they admit they did not enjoy making. Usually it was because they suffered from some creative differences with other cast […]

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How well do you know Orson Welles?

It’s Orson Welles appreciation month at Film Misery and in honor of the man whose legend is larger than life I have created a quiz based on his life and career in film. There are 25 questions ranging from easy to ridiculously hard. It’s multiple choice, so give it a shot! Orson Welles Quiz!

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REVIEW: ‘F for Fake’ (1973)

Grade: A- Ever have one of those moments where you begin to think that everything you’ve ever known is a lie? Ever have what I like to call a Truman Show moment? No? Then you should check out Orson Welles free-form essay about the world of fakery, appropriately titled F for Fake. The last effort […]

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