Epic Reviews

Epic Movie Reviews



EPIC MOVIE REVIEWS


What Makes a Film Epic? 

Traditionally, an epic film had the following characteristics:


 *A heroic, larger-than-life main character.  *A dramatic story line far removed from modern realities.  *An exotic setting, very often the ancient world.  *Large scale production values, with multiple star players and hundreds or thousands of extras in gorgeous costumes.  *Extravagent set designs, with large, elaborate structures.  *Sweeping, panoramic cinematography.  *Very often, a majestic musical score.
 
In later years, the term came to be applied to almost any high-budget film with a large cast and elaborate production values. The films reviewed here mostly fit the traditional concept of epic.  

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Epic Classic Movie Reviews

Ulysses 

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Music Man 

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Star Wars 

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Cleopatra

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Time Bandits

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Ten Commandments 

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DUNE 

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Sampson and Delilah 

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HAIR 

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Waterloo 

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