Lawrence of Arabia (Restored Edition)
Lawrence of Arabia (Restored Edition) (1962)

This Oscar-winning epic tells the true story of T.E. Lawrence, who helped unite warring Arab tribes to strike back against the Turks in World War I. This lush, timeless classic underscores the clash between cultures that changed the tide of… More

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Dave Calhoun
Time Out

You'll need to dedicate half a day to it - but this deserves to be seen again on the big screen.

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Graham Young
Birmingham Post

There are no superlatives which can adequately describe the sheer unadulterated joy of watching David Lean's 1962 classic on the silver screen.

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William Parker
Total Film

This seven-Oscar wonder remains exhilarating thanks to Freddie Young's majestic desert lensing, Maurice Jarre's gorgeous score and Peter O'Toole's career-defining portrayal of the feted but flawed protagonist.

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Philip French
Observer (UK)

There are no intelligent epics like this today and, because of computer-generated effects, it's unlikely that there ever will be again.

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Matthew Thrift
Little White Lies

Still astonishes.

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Kim Newman
Empire Magazine

Lean's great Lawrence Of Arabia biopic honours him with a complex, sympathetic but a compelling portrayal.

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Peter Bradshaw

This is a movie with the excitement of a cavalry charge.

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Tim Robey
Daily Telegraph (UK)

Deathless, and looking as good as new.

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Flixster Audience Score: 96% Flixster User Reviews
Carlos Magalhães
A splendorous epic restored to near perfection, running now for almost four hours of magnificent visuals and fantastic dialogue, and it offers us both… More
Christian C
A masterwork. The scene walking in the desert left me breathless. Highly recommended.
Mister Caple
During production,no one knew that this would be a bold or mad act of genius it would be to make Lawrence of Arabia,or even think that it could be made. In the… More