Feb 18, 2021
MovieButts #54 The BEST & WORST of Orson Welles - Citizen Kane (1941) & The Lady From Shanghai (1947)
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Awesome Welles! We discuss Citizen Kane and The Lady From Shanghai, plus the cultural significance of Orson Welles, what made him so good and why his films are unique.

Following the death of publishing tycoon Charles Foster Kane, reporters scramble to uncover the meaning of his final utterance; 'Rosebud'. 

Fascinated by gorgeous Mrs. Bannister, seaman Michael O'Hara joins a bizarre yachting cruise, and ends up mired in a complex murder plot. 

Each week we take the best and worst films from a filmmaker or franchise and discuss why one worked and one didn't. And we use freakin maths to determine the best and worst, so no arguing. Unless you think science is wrong???...yeah thought so.

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