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JOURNEY in "Color?"
- Klair Bybee
I was fascinated in TCM's blurb that JOURNEY was digitized into "color" during the "'70's". I've seen several colorized movies and become more mesmerized into the film because not only of the color but of the stereo sound added. "Captains Courageous," "A Tales of 2 Cities" and "Topper (?)" were spellbinding in the addition.. I've often prayed that TCM would show them and contrast the versions back to back. I would love to buy all those colorized films one day in my dreams....
Dear TCM: Why do you run a Joseph Cotton series and put Kane, Ambersons and Journey into Fear in odd time slots and don't show Shadow of a Doubt at all, and then put sentimental nonsense like Portrait of Jenny in prime time (8 PM).Sometimes, I just don't get the programing decisions. How can you have a day-long Edmond O'Brien series and not show Man Who Shot Liberty Valence at all?Kind regards,Perplexed
template for 80's action movies
- Joe Moore
You'll see the influence this film obviously had on Spielberg, Lucas, and Ridley Scott apparent shot after shot. Expect Indiana Jones to pop in time after time, while the rainy rooftop at the end will have you grabbing Blade Runner to compare.
Great cast but an average movie at best.
The problem with this movie is that it moves way too fast and is quite hard to follow. There is little character development. The acting though is superb.Orson Wells really steals the show as Colonel Haki.
JOURNEY INTO FEAR
- JOHN BAKER
Great cast, script and cinematography! I love films of the forties but I'd never heard of this one. A rather simple plot for the period but a very interesting look into the 1942 world at war. Full of great quotes I wanted it to go on longer the 68 minutes and it ended too abruptly.