Review: Robert Wise: The Motion Pictures by J.R. Jordan

Robert Wise: The Motion Pictures

By: J.R. Jordan

★★★★

Robert Wise: The Motion Pictures revolves around the motion picture productions of the remarkable Robert Wise. Written by J.R. Jordan, the story features touching recollections by Gavin McLeod and Wise’s nephew. Beginning with some background family information, the story of Wise’s experience is dictated professionally and expertly by Jordan.

The story of Wise’s production experience is elaborated by the author in a way that truly captures the dedication and hard work put in by Robert Wise to show how his enthusiasm paid off in a way to make some of the best feature films to ever be viewed on the big screen. 

Robert Wise: The Motion Pictures is dictated in a way that is not a biography of the director’s life, as it’s more of an examination of his productions. Though I had certainly heard of Robert Wise before reading J.R. Jordan’s book, I was fascinated to learn of all the production works which he had a hand in making into a feature.

J.R. Jordan’s novel is a perfectly fitting story for those who are truly interested in the works of production and the impacts that are made on the viewers of these collections. Though I would have liked to have more information about Mr. Wise, I was captivated by the in-depth approach to the works of such a devoted member of the production society. 

I’m honored to have had the experience to learn about the creations of the untouchable Robert Wise and the influence he has left on the production world. I’m pleased to rate Robert Wise: The Motion Pictures 4 out of 4 stars. I would gladly recommend this story to anyone who has an interest in the world of film production and believe that anyone who has an interest in joining the world of film would be honored to learn by the works of Mr. Wise.

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