Torn Curtain Review

Okay, so Tom is on a tear, two reviews this week.  But what, what's this?  A review for a film?  Must be one of those non-interactive games I've heard about, maybe it will catch on.

Hot off the heels of Zorba the Greek and seemingly shoehorned into the film—just as Julie Andrews was—for the purpose of marketing. Oh, but what heavy handedness it is! She is pathetic, brutal, and hilarious all at once. She’s completely over the top, hamming it up like there’s no tomorrow, and at the same time crushingly tragic. It’s an exceptional performance, and the fact that it doesn’t seem to fit the narrative pacing makes it feel somehow right: remember that Paul Newman and Julie Andrews may as well have fallen down the rabbit hole as much as caught a plane to East Berlin!

Oh, and spoilers of course.

Play that funky music, white boy.

Play that funky music, white boy.