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Cary Grant

A quick one about the late great Cary Grant. I love a lot of Cary Grant movies.  While Cary Grant could play serious roles, most of my favorites were his comedies. 199 more words



I left the Egyptian Theater after seeing Rear Window feeling incredibly depressed. During the film it occurred to me that no matter what, I would never ,ever look like Grace Kelly. 685 more words

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WSN at the NYFF, Entry #3: "The Blue Room"

By Mohamed Hassan

In a world of dramatized French eroticism, actor/director Mathieu Amalric (“The Diving Bell and The Butterfly”), explores the limits of human nature in his latest film, “The Blue Room.” Adapted from Georges Simenon’s novel of the same name, the film struggles to maintain a clear and compelling plot. 378 more words


…why am I writing about Rope? I don’t really know. It popped into my head the other day while I was making breakfast and no, I didn’t pour rum onto my French toast. 339 more words


Hitchcock's Vertigo: Deciphering the Doubles

So, last fall I was lucky enough to watch Vertigo (for the first time actually) on a vista vision print. It was hella beautiful, and perhaps because I am a sucker for vibrant colors or maybe because I was watching it in a theater named for James Stewart, I quickly fell in love with the film. 2,765 more words


9-27-14 Weekly Photo Challenge: Nighttime (Que Sera Sera)


Told you I would be back.  I love the night, I always have. I love the different feel, the texture of the air, the shadows, the mystery.   138 more words