Mystery • PG • 1941 • 1 hr 59 min
It's a smartly written and directed film, with many interesting things going on for it both on and off screen
Jaw dropping cinematography and story with the focus being the critique of the money-driven American dream and its lack lack of humanism
Classic, fantastic, beautiful. Good script and cinematography. Rosebud....
Actually enjoyed this way more than I thought I would. Loved the dialog and camera work.
It's bizarre to think that Orson Welles openly had no idea what he was doing when he made this and it came out amazing.
Orson masterfully directed, co-wrote, and starred in this all-time great. Watch Kane remastered. It somehow looks modern and feels timeless.
Considered the greatest movie of all time, and for good reasons. Groundbreaking and unlike any other film of its time.
Nothing can be written, that hasn't already, but how this film feels nearly modern is an incredible accomplishment.
Orson Welles’ iconic classic. The writing and photography are great. I don’t think it’s best film ever but it’s very well made..
Probably one of the most important pieces of film to exist. If you are a film major it’s important to watch this.
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