Lawrence of Arabia
My review of Lawrence of Arabia, out now on Blu-Ray, is up on Flick Feast for your perusal.
David Lean’s landmark 1962 epic is exactly the type of film that Blu-ray was made for. The experience of witnessing Lawrence of Arabia on the big screen is not one which is readily available to us now (though a small theatrical release in the coming months could well be on the cards), but the next best thing is, without a doubt, seeing Lean’s picture on a nice big TV and in immaculately crisp digital definition. The term ‘epic’ gets banded about far too readily these days, but Lawrence of Arabia is truly a film which warrants the tag. It is a film ambitious not only in length, clocking in at around 3 hours 45 minutes, but more crucially in terms of its concept and execution.
You can read the full review here:
Flick Feast : Lawrence of Arabia