1920s, 4/4, Fantasy, Raoul Walsh, Review

The Thief of Bagdad

Silent cinema wasn't just arthouse fare and comedies. Audiences wanted adventure and action as much then as they want it now, but these types of movies tend to age more poorly, especially silent versions, because of an over-reliance on plot mechanics when tends to slow things down to a series of intertitles as people explain… Continue reading The Thief of Bagdad