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Movie of the Week: The Graduate

Yeah, that’s right, I’d never seen The Graduate before. Everyone has their blind spots, and for me it’s most non-James-Bond movies before 1975. Thankfully, my girlfriend is much more on top of movies from this era, and Netflix decided to cooperate with the Instant Watch availability, so this great blindspot of my cinematic experience has finally been accounted for. 744 more words

Movie Of The Week

Le Samouraï

Perhaps the most interesting of all aspects from Jean-Pierre Melville’s Le Samouraï (there’s no official English version for the title) is that it’s engaging and thrilling by being nothing like it at all. 335 more words

Book Review of 1967 Red Sox: The Impossible Dream Season

Hey baseball fans!

I recently had the honor of reading the book, “1967 Red Sox: The Impossible Dream Season” by Raymond Sinibaldi. The book talks about the Red Sox winning the 1967 pennant after a long and hard season, with four teams in contention for the pennant by the season’s final week. 261 more words

Day 78: "Good Morning, Good Morning"

When was it recorded?   Feb. 8 & 16 and Mar. 13, 28-29, 1967

When was it first released, and on which album?   Jun. 1, 1967 on “Sgt. 712 more words


13 aprilie 2014

13 aprilie 2014

-          E-adevărat că sufletele care coboară pe Pământ în acelaşi an au o legătură între ele şi o menire comună?

-          Depinde de unde începi să numeri anul! 1,505 more words

Dialogul De Azi

Cool Hand Luke (1967)

Toilet Review: I sure as hell don’t want to be a prisoner in Florida in the 1940s. No sir.

There is a lot to be said for the prison movie genre. 301 more words


Book Review: Rosemary’s Baby by Ira Levin (1967)

Ira Levin wrote a classic book that came out in the summer of 1967 and went on to become an instant hit at the bestsellers list. 1,360 more words