Richard Dreyfuss: “I Have The Finest Body Of Work Of Any American Actor”

In a recent interview, actor Richard Dreyfuss said he can't understand why people think he lost his way after the 1970s...
Posted On 25 Jul 2016

Despite Playful Humour & Some Good Performances, “Always” is a Spielberg Fumble

Steven Spielberg directs this fantasy-romance based on the 1943 melodrama A Guy Named Joe. Despite some playful humour & some good performances, it's a misstep in the acclaimed director's career.

Classic Scenes #12: Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)

Close Encounters of the Third Kind is undoubtedly one of Steven Spielberg's greatest achievements. Its tale of first contact with friendly extraterrestrials is awe-inspiring & full of wonder...

Iconic Images: Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)

If Jaws is considered Steven Spielberg's greatest achievement in most people's eyes then Close Encounters of the Third Kind (my personal favourite) has to be next in line...

Iconic Images: Jaws

When you think of Jaws' most iconic images you probably think of the shark or Brody's reaction to first seeing the monstrous fish. But this moment stands out for me...

The Unseen Monster: Experiencing Jaws On The Big Screen For The First Time

Seeing Jaws on the big screen during its recent re-release brought Steven Spielberg’s less-is-more motif to the fore...

Review: Let It Ride

Sometimes I think Richard Dreyfuss gets a hard deal when it comes to his films – I mean it was Roy Scheider who got the limelight with his classic lines "We’re gonna need a bigger boat" and "Smile you son of bitch" in Jaws, while Dreyfuss had to make the most of...

Review: Down and Out In Beverly Hills

Rich married couple Dave and Barbara Whiteman (Richard Dreyfuss and Bette Midler) live the life of luxury at their expensive mansion in the heart of Beverly Hills. However they aren’t very happy, with Barbara obsessed with herself, and Dave...
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