Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
In short, they don't make 'em like this one anymore. Viewing it is like taking a time machine to a movie age that was more naive than our own in some ways, more sophisticated and ambitious in others. Read full review
David Lean's splendid biography of the enigmatic T.E. Lawrence paints a complex portrait of the desert-loving Englishman who united Arab tribes in battle against the Ottoman Turks during WWI. Read full review
Released in 1962, it was pretty clearly the most intelligent spectacular within living memory. On its 40th anniversary, it's even better. Read full review
It's perhaps only because it can't be seen in its full glory on television that "Lawrence" isn't ranked more highly on some recent all-time "best film" lists. But it belongs near the very top. It's an astonishing, unrepeatable epic. Read full review
What a bold, mad act of genius it was, to make Lawrence of Arabia, or even think that it could be made. Read full review
Riveting from beginning to end, featuring stellar performances, amazing cinematography, and a story without a trace of fat, the film does everything an epic is supposed to do - and more. Read full review
Lawrence is back on the big screen, and it simply demands to be seen. Yes, again. Read full review
Revisiting a Master Storyteller
David Lean's early-60's epic adventure remains a classic.
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