Saturday, May 7, 2011

Micro Review: The Picture of Dorian Gray

This is a movie that Hollywood could look back at to figure out where they have gone wrong. For a film made in 1945, it manages to hold you in suspense better than anything in the last few years. It follows the story of a man's immortality and his actions he takes to keep it a secret. It stars George Sanders, Hurd Hatfield, Donna Reed and Angela Landsbury. Yes, Angela Landsbury. She's kinda hot in this one. What I am more impressed with is that this story was written by Oscar Wilde in 1891. 1891! Come on! Do I really have to go this far back to see good ideas! Anyway's, this film is definatley worth a watch to any fellow movie lover and I recommend they see it soon. This is definately a Good in my books. This is A.M. Bosa with a Micro Review for the Basement.

1 comment:

  1. I wouldn't mind watching this one as I'm a fan of black and white horror/thrillers. There's supposed to be a recent adaptation of the book I wouldn't mind seeing either.

    And the book is pretty good too.