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(1978) Geraldine Page, Diane Keaton, Mary Beth Hurt, Kristin Griffith, Richard Jordan, E. G. Marshall, Maureen Stapleton, Sam Waterston. Dir Woody Allen. Review No955 The separation of husband and wife impact their already dysfunctional children,...
Oh dear readers, I have a dilemma. I am flying too much. Since January this year, I have spent close to 120 hours on planes. That should be between 50 and 60 films. Roughly. Yes Sadly, I havent watched nearly as many and the selections on...
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I know that many of you will not realize that Jon arranged a special deal for movie blogs, giving them a much higher chance of collecting the dough. That still has not changed, just check out the movie ads and compare with the...
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The Hypocrisy of Hollywood Author Derrick Wilburn Source American Thinker - 1.10.2014 That Hollywood is no longer a source of entertainment but now a source of (liberal) propaganda isn't exactly news. Even avowed leftists...
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(1944) Peter Lorre, Sydney Greenstreet, Zachary Scott, Faye Emerson. Dir Jean Negulesco. Review No955 A writer becomes intrigued with the tale of a dead criminal, and his investigation gets him into trouble. Negulesco wanted only character...
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Perry Mason Movie Collection Volume 3 continues to satisfy my viewer palate. For about a year or more, CBS Video has been releasing the entire nine seasons of the Perry Mason TV series. That equals 271 episodes. Perry Mason has been one of my...
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An attempt to start this blog back up is coming, work has been crazy, Mix It Up Radio will be discussion the EPL tomorrow night from 830pm.
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We got so many actors playing James Bond already. Personally I don't really like the Daniel Crag version.
By Jonathan Scutt 8072014 I think the Dr Who Club needs a good old fashioned knock down drag out no holds barred rigorous debate on the future of the new Dr Who series. Should it keep introducing new characters amp monsters or revisit the old...
By Jonathan Scutt 1392014 Thank you to Utopia for getting it right! The Inland railway is more important than the High Speed Railway, just not as sexy. Utopia might just be a rehash of The Hollowmen but their political insight is as sharp as...
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This is an odd movie that you can like or not like. It is uniquely told in a rather dark and foreboding way with a touch of humor. Double is not an easy movie to watch or understand - it is very deep. You need pay attention to what is...
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(1944) Tom Walls, Mervyn Johns, Glynis Johns, Franoise Rosay, Glynis Johns, Sally Ann Howes, Richard Bird. Dir Basil Dearden.
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I think visual artists will appreciate Summer in February with their experience of creating art. They will understand the movie more than those who dont. The film is shot beautifully and is interesting to see, but the movie never grabbed my...
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Letter Factory Counting Lemonade by Leap Frog Parents who want to help their children learn better math skills will find Counting Lemonade by Leap Frog very helpful. The DVD uses different ways to solve the problem of teaching math to young...
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In all walks of life, alcohol abuse is a topic of discussion. Consensus dictates that it does not just affect one person, but all that surround him or her, or other I was contemplating this notion today and I decided to test myself. My family was...
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REVIEW BY CINEMATICUS REX Be of good cheer all aficionados of unPC cinema and men under the age of 25! Frank Millers graphic novel set in mythical (Ba)sin City returns in gritty monochrome and now in 3D. The sequel delivers three loosely...
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(2014) Robin Wright, Paul Giamatti, Jon Hamm, Danny Huston, Harvey Keitel, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Sami Gayle. Dir Ari Folman.
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A mother of a friend of my daughter did not like Under the Skin. She highly recommended that no one go and see the movie. The reason I remember this is because she was so adamant about how bad the movie had been for her and her husband. It...



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