The late Tony Richardson's BLUE SKY was the last of Orion's pre-bankruptcy films to see the light of day, and seems a more fitting swan song for Arthur Krim's widely respected company than, say, CLIFFORD. But despite the director's pedigree (TOM JONES, THE LONELINESS OF THE LONG-DISTANCE RUNNER), this picture feels somehow enervated, perhaps reflecting...read more
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