"Karen Blixen (Isak Dinesen)'s ode to Kenya, one of the profoundest love stories ever written by life itself ... and 100% pure Redfordness (never mind Finch Hatton was really an Oxford-educated Brit)."
"Redford & Newman #1; the movie that made him a megastar. 2 of the West's most feared outlaws running from a superposse to Bolivia; turning the Western genre on its head on the way. And those 1-liners!"
"Based on Norman Maclean's memoir; a tender, sad story of parental/brotherly love & loss. My favorite movie directed by Redford: cinematic poetry celebrating the beauty of Montana & its rivers & skies."
"Redford as cornered spy "Condor" in the adaptation of James Grady's novel, co-starring Faye Dunaway. His 4th of 7 collaborations with Sydney Pollack & my favorite besides "Out of Africa" (see above)."
"His Refordness in a visually stunning realization of F. Scott Fitzgerald's elegy to a bygone era and faltering dreams; costarring Mia Farrow. Ah, to have loved and lost ... Ah, to know who we are ..."
"Redford & Pollack Take 7. A sumptuous drama set in the twilight days of Batista's Cuban regime; costarring Lena Olin & Raul Julia (uncredited; his own choice). It undeservedly flopped...but I love it!"
"Redford & Pilgrim the horse... oh yeah, and Ms. Scott Thomas. (I love 'em both individually, but the pairing doesn't quite work for me - or maybe it's the topic?) Still, beautiful horse & nature pics!"
"Redford & Pollack Take 1: A Tennessee Williams adaptation costarring Natalie Wood, & the birth of Redford as the mysterious stranger (even if he brings pink slips). Southern drama at its most intense."
"Redford/Pollack #2: The story of "liver eating" Johnson, the loner/mountaineer who took on the Crow nation for murdering his wife. Incredibly gritty & realistic; allegedly Redford's personal favorite."