This film is known as the epic of all epics, and for good reason. The shooting? Epic. The acting? Pretty epic. The music? Very epic. “Lawrence of Arabia” stars Peter O’ Toole (Best Actor Nomination) as the title character, who is a British soldier that helps the Arabs in their rebellion against the Turks in World War I. When he begins to find allegiance with the Arabs he is torn between them and the Brits, and many other inner conflicts arise for him as the film progresses. I did enjoy this film but I honestly didn’t like it as much as I thought I would. As usual, I found issues with how long the film was. I think when the film started to get too long I lost interested and track of the story. It also didn’t help that a few of the characters looked the same. Peter O’Toole was fantastic in this as he always is and Omar Sharif (Best Supporting Actor Nomination) is good as well. Though I didn’t love the film, I really liked it and appreciated all of the epic aspects of it because it’s crafted amazingly well.