'Citizen Kane' vs. 'Vertigo': What does Sight & Sound poll really mean?
Orson Welles’ “Citizen Kane”? It ended up in second place ... ripped up that paper tiger and the sled he rode in on (b). No matter which side you come down on, there’s something refreshing about the idea of a change. Having a single movie ...
What’s the Big Deal?: Citizen Kane (1941)
Yes, it’s time to grapple with Citizen Kane, the Great White Whale of ... but a reporter wants to flesh it out with more details. Specifically, Kane’s dying word: “Rosebud.” What does it mean? The rest of the film is composed mostly of flashbacks ...
Orson Welles' Citizen Kane: What makes it the best film ever made?
"Rosebud". The most important uttered sound in Citizen Kane, the dying Kane's last word ... It is the vision. What do we mean by that? Let's go back to Borges. What was the second of the "two plots" he finds in the film? It is, he says, far superior ...
The Most Important Movies of All Time: Citizen Kane
Citizen Kane starts with a dying man, hidden away inside an impressive castle, uttering a single word: Rosebud ... This doesn't mean it'll never come back, but I have a lot of stuff on my plate right now, so maybe a break will do me some good.
The mark of ‘Kane’
“Rosebud”. The most important uttered sound in Citizen Kane, the dying Kane’s last word ... It is the vision. What do we mean by that? Let’s go back to Borges. What was the second of the “two plots” he finds in the film? It is, he says ...