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Enoch Sneed

Status: Reviewer
Profile: British by birth, living and working in Portugal, film fan since before I can remember. I certainly saw Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and the Rex Harrison Dr Dolittle (what a drag that was!) on first release. First films I really remember come from 1969: The Italian Job, Monte Carlo or Bust (Those Daring Young Men in their Jaunty Jalopies, if you prefer), and the greatest ever Bond film, On Her Majesty's Secret Service. I seem to have an affinity for 'cult' films before I realise they are 'cults', such as: Catch Us If You Can (John Boorman), The Sandwich Man, The Day the Earth Caught Fire. At the moment I'm busy discovering some hidden gems among 1950's British 'B' films.
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46 Reviews Listed

Anna Christie - Garbo Talks! And talks...
Apollo 13 - Failure is not an option
California Suite - Suite turns sour
Cardboard Cavalier - Restoration comedy
Days of Wine and Roses - 'Lost Weekend' for the 1960's
Death of Stalin, The - Kremlin Kapers
Deep Water - The cruel sea
Dunkirk - On the beach
Four Seasons, The - Hawkeye plays Hamlet
Go-Between, The - Forbidden love among the haystacks
Green for Danger - An Inspector Calls
Holidays With Pay - Sub-par Frank Randle vehicle
Horse's Mouth, The - The artist's life
House of Mystery - Things that go bzzz… in the night
Illustrious Corpses - The power game
Jigsaw - Fitting the pieces together
Khartoum - Britain's imperial martyr
Kind Hearts and Coronets - Keep it in the family
Last Voyage, The - That REALLY sinking feeling
Lisbon - Lisboa antiga
Little Caesar - Mother of mercy...
London Town - What a performance!
Malpas Mystery, The - “Women – when they think they’re being smart, they’re being stupid!”
Man in the Back Seat, The - I am the passenger/And I ride and I ride
Mercy, The - More sinned against than sinning?
My Favorite Year - In like Flynn
Night To Remember, A - Still the best, 60 years later
Same Time, Next Year - The love of your life
San Demetrio, London - Fighting for survival
Sapphire - A case of identity
Secret of Santa Vittoria, The - Zorba the Italian
Snow Cake - Meaningful drama – and don't you forget it
Somewhere in Camp - “I'd like to see yer vivacity!”
Sweet Liberty - The first casualty of film-making is truth
There It Is - Off the map
They Drive By Night - Cracking British thriller
Titfield Thunderbolt, The - England, My England
Train of Events - Post-War Blues
Train, The - High-pressure steam
Travels With My Aunt - Family ties that bind
Western Approaches - Propaganda with feeling
When Eight Bells Toll - Anthony Hopkins as action hero
White Trap, The - An unexpected gem
Winter Guest, The - A hazy shade of winter
Wuthering Heights - It’s grim up North
Zulu Dawn - Guts, but no glory

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