Monday, December 31, 2007
We've heard it said quite often, "They just don't make movies like that anymore." Usually this refers to some beloved film from decades long gone. Having watched the film and listened to the score countless times now, I'm happy to report that "they" most certainly do make movies "like that" today. Director Joe Writght's adaptation of Ian McEwan's best selling book, ATONEMENT, is well written, finely acted, beautifully photographed, and engagingly edited. ATONEMENT is easily one of the best films of 2007 and features one of the year's most innovative, dramatic scores.
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