An analysis of Charlie Chaplin’s beautiful first feature film, The Kid (1921). Narrated and written by Darrell Tuffs.
I’ve changed around, added, and redacted a number of films since the last time I wrote about my top 10. And so, here’s a list of my current favourites, along with a small description of why I love each so much.
Image this scene, it is ordered that you are going to be sent off to an unknown desert island. Before you go, you are told that you can take with … Continue reading Desert Island Directors
Dictator Adenoid Hynkel has a doppelganger, a poor but kind Jewish barber living in the slums, who one day, is mistaken for Hynkel. For being made at the very height … Continue reading The Great Dictator (1940) – Charles Chaplin (Darrell Ron Tuffs)
A lone prospector ventures into Alaska looking for gold. He gets mixed up with some burly characters and falls in love with the beautiful Georgia. He tries to win her … Continue reading The Gold Rush (1925) Charles Chaplin (Darrell Ron Tuffs)
A simple question, but one that may generate many answers. In your opinion who is/was the best British director of all time and why? Vote on your favourite. Have … Continue reading The best British director of all time?
Casablanca, Morocco at the start of World War II: American expatriate and business owner Rick Blaine runs into a long lost love interest, on the run from the Nazis.
Short Plot Summary: The Tramp struggles to help a blind flower girl he has fallen in love with.