Wednesday, July 28, 2010
34. High Noon (1952)
I've got to, that's the whole thing.
One of the most important movies of all time for being the first main-stream film to take place in real time. It is only 85 minutes which is incredibly short for a '50s western, but it is 85 minutes of story as well. I really need to rewatch this movie because during my blog research I discovered an entire allegory about the House Un-American Activies Committee. I also found out it was Bill Clinton's favorite movie, and his most watched while in the White House. Definitely makes this worth a Netflix bump for me...