1930s, 4/4, Best Picture Winner, Drama, Review, Victor Fleming, War

Gone with the Wind

Now...this is a MOVIE. Huge, sentimental, melodramatic, earnest, detailed, ambitious, impressive, and eager to entertain across four brisk hours, David O. Selznick's Gone with the Wind has dominated the popular cinematic consciousness over the past few decades for a reason. A few reasons, really. Made at the height of Selznick's professional and creative powers, after… Continue reading Gone with the Wind