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TBT: Glengarry Glen Ross (James Foley, 1992)

A remarkably astute stage-to-screen adaptation, David Mamet’s self-adapted collaboration with director James Foley is a quintessential ’90s gem if only because of its performance-driven charisma. Set in and around a real estate agency that specializes in resort properties, the agents themselves are pitted against one another for the sake of securing their jobs and very livelihood. 184 more words


1| Movies | The Local Stigmatic

Starting a new movie series today here on the blog with this post
Look for the tag “Movies” in the tag cloud to look for posts in the series… 165 more words

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The Recruit: Pacino and Farrell make a dynamite pairing in a safely mainstream thriller

At first glance, James Clayton doesn’t look like perfect material for the CIA. Agency veteran Walter Burke disagrees, and smooth-talks the computer whizz-kid into signing up for rigorous training. 341 more words

Frase: Cara Cortada (Brian de Palma)

“¡Jaja aún sigo de pie, eh! ¡venga, vamos, adelante! ¡sus jodidas balas no me hacen ningún daño! ¡a mi no me afectan sus putas balas! ¡me cago en sus balas! 17 more words


Insomnia - Guilty Conscious

I loved Christopher Nolan‘s debuts. Following, Memento and then Insomnia.
He showed all his great potential, flabbergasted us with his elaborated technique in the thriller genre. 502 more words


Righteous Kill: De Niro and Pacino reunite...but this is no Heat

Long-time partners Turk (Robert De Niro) and Rooster (Al Pacino) begin an investigation into a serial killer who’s targeting scumbags. But as the evidence begins to mount up, it becomes clear that the killer is not only a cop, but might be closer to home than anyone realises… 382 more words