This was a great final installment to a brilliant trilogy. The story was engaging from the outset and the humour was sharp all the way through. I like the fact that things got a little deep and that the story didn’t just rehash old ideas from other kids films.
hey, nice reviews of Brief Encounter and Morocco, concise and eloquent.
I must try to write less when I post mine ;)
I like to focus on some of the classic cinema and am going to put both on my 'to do' list, review-wise.
keep it up.
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