Review number two for this week is Citizen Kane (1941), directed by and starring Orson Welles. The story revolves around the life and legacy of Charles Foster Kane, played by Wells, a tycoon newspaper publisher and the search for the meaning of his dieing word "Rosebud." As the reporters search for the meaning, they interview the people in his life in hopes to find the meaning.
The movie was nominated for nine Academy Awards, including Outstanding Motion Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, and Best Writing. It only won the award for Best Writing. But many critics and scholars name it as the best film of all time.
All in all I enjoyed the movie, it was a bit slow to start but got more interesting as the movie went on. It's worth the watch and wont disappoint. Next on my movie list is North by Northwest (1959) it's another oldie, and I've never seen it.