We all remember the great movies, e.g. Citizen Kane, Casablanca, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Grapes of Wrath, The Bicycle Thief, Touch of Evil
, etc, etc.
Why have these movies stood the test of time?
Was it the acting? The directing? Cinematography?
Or a combination of the three? Or other reasons?
I ask this question for a reason. I was looking over my film library and came across a Fred Williamson classic which I haven't watched for awhile. I blew the dust off the cover and extracted the tape. I put the tape into the VCR and settled back to enjoy the show.
But, before the movie started, during the time where they show the previews for other movies, I glanced at the movie jacket again.
Picking it up, I examined it carefully. "How many people know about this movie?", I wondered. "Why hasn't this film ever been discussed on A2K? Is Lightwizard familiar with this movie?"
I got up and pushed the "stop" button. There were too many troubling questions bouncing around in my mind.
So, here I am, back at A2K.... seeking answers.
Who here has seen this film? And, if so, would you give me your opinion on the film and explain why it has never appeared on the top 100 films of all time list.
I anxiously await your answers....