“Classical Filmmaking: The Theme that Drives all of Sam Raimi’s Movies”
Matt Singer explores two elements that recur in all of Sam Raimi’s films, Pandora’s box and, “The Classic,” a 1973 Delta 88. “Using The Classic to play Uncle Ben’s car may have just been a fortuitous way for Raimi to shoehorn in his beloved trademark, but in the larger context of his career, it imbues that Delta 88 with even greater meaning than it had before.”
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