'When the red, red robin goes bob, bob, bobbin' along ...'. Coppola's best (according to some) - what do you think?
It's grim up north. One of my favourite films and one that I'm pleased to be finally able to share. Cold, damp and as unglamorous as they come. Thoughts?
The final sequence - just stunning. What did you think of it? Is it one of the most important films of all time?

Genius or indulgence? What's it about - really?


Charlie speaks! And what a speech. I'm intrigued to know what you thought of this fascinating, and flawed, piece of cinematic history.


So - for $8000, what did you get out of it? Has anyone actually worked out where the story starts looping in on itself? I'd love to hear your thoughts.


Short but sweet; fantastic and disturbing - what are your thoughts?


"Because I just went gay all of a sudden". I can't wait for your thoughts. 


Classic Noir or two films in one? What's in the box? What does the film have to say about women, men, and Greek Mechanics with a penchant for 'va va va voom'?


Of course, the film is famous as much for Nicholson's attempts to suppress it as the glorious penultimate shot. What are your thoughts? Work of genius, or yet another film in which a paunchy American goes exotic on someone (far too) young in a moment of mid-life crisis?