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  1. FISCHER's rating of the film Tom Jones

    Une truculence débordante, dans une oeuvre réjouissante au possible... www.cinefiches.com

  2. Dogukan4Ever's rating of the film Tom Jones

  3. Ashley Spendlove's rating of the film Tom Jones

    Richardson manages to capture beautifully the essential feel of the novel: a generous celebration of human spirit. The first half is brilliant in this respect, from the bold individual characterisations to the stunning cinematography of the hunt scene. Loses its way a bit in the second half but still tremendous fun. And what a cast: three generations of acting aristocracy.

  4. Max Seqgar's rating of the film Tom Jones

    Was this where Benny Hill got the fast-forward picaresque humor thing from, or was it the other way around?

  5. Superfrog's rating of the film Tom Jones

    Reminds me of the soft porn films from late TV in the late 90s -- with the tedious sex scenes as awkwardly cut out as possible. A good watch.

  6. 'king Harold's rating of the film Tom Jones

    Like watching animated Hogarth painting, great fun watching all the stuff going on in the background. Loved the scenes where they eat with their mouths open.

  7. Christopher W's rating of the film Tom Jones

    A period film that the British do so well.Tom Finney the son of a Salford bookie & was part of that British working class flowering that brought the Beetles amongst so many others and much down to Rab Butler's 1944 Education Act.Britain's social mobility has gone into decline since then as the wealth of the country has cascaded upwards as in the US.Mrs Thatcher broke so much of Britain that has yet to be repaired.

  8. Tja's rating of the film Tom Jones

    Roister doisster fast-paced action set to very annoying harpsichord music. 1963 - the establishment in retreat...

  9. Jazzaloha's rating of the film Tom Jones

    Roscoe's right. The picture is not from *Tom Jones*. It's from *Amazing Grace* (Albert Finney was in both with at least a 20 year age difference!)

  10. Pierluigi Puccini's rating of the film Tom Jones

    The wanderings of the wittiest eighteen century bastard-gentleman. An enormous Albert Finney and an equally great supporting cast give life to Tony Richardon's vivacious, rhythmic and cunning storytelling. Full of charm.

  11. Marta's rating of the film Tom Jones

    But a hero cannot be lost until his tale is told. For, heaven be thanked, we live in such an age where no man dies for love except upon the stage.

  12. Christopher R. Smith's rating of the film Tom Jones

    The irreverence and ribald humor hold up, never losing its energy or charm. An excellent cast of great character actors and a smart script effectively turn the stuffy costume drama on its head. A classic.

  13. chanandre's rating of the film Tom Jones

    [Cinémathèque PT #227: 35 mm]

  14. REH1101's rating of the film Tom Jones

  15. Roscoe's rating of the film Tom Jones

    The picture above is not from Tony Richardson's TOM JONES.