Twentieth Century Fox - The Blockbuster Years
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Behind-the-scenes footage, rare screen tests and insightful interviews highlight this astonishing two-hour look at one of Hollywood's greatest dream factories. Film luminaries Tom Hanks, William Friedkin, Richard Zanuck, Raquel Welch, George Lucas, Oliver Stone, Robert Altman, and many more discuss their work with the studio, represented here by memorable moments from "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," "Patton," "Young Frankenstein," "Star Wars," "Alien," "Big," "Home Alone," "Die Hard," "Mrs. Doubtfire," "Speed," "True Lies," "Independence Day," "There's Something About Mary," "Titanic"--and dozens more. It's a treasure trove of screen gems that gives film fans the ultimate "insiders' look" at four decades of movie-making magic!
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A must have documentary for any film fan or historian. And for me it brought up so many memories of hours spent watching some of Hollywood's most enduring films. For new buffs it is like opening a hidden treasure trove of films and will wet the appetite for exploring our rich and wonderful cultural history as preserved in celluloid.
This is BS propaganda at it's worst, yes the latter films were hits, but to rave about them in even the same category as Butch Cassidy or Patton or Apes or even Young Frankenstein is ridiculous and insulting. I actually felt bad for James Coburn having to spew narration about the "wit and genius" of Home Alone, having seen the truly amazing films he himself starred in from the 60's and 70's. I guess it's take the money and run...