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Review: La Dolce Vita

Director: Federico Fellini
Year: 1960
Score: 7.5/10

My first experience of Fellini was simultaneously baffling and intriguing. I’ll admit I may not have fully understood what he was trying to say, and I can’t claim to have wholeheartedly enjoyed it – in fact at times it felt like the cinematic equivalent of eating my greens – but it certainly held my attention, and I’ve thought about it often since watching it. 122 more words

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61. la dolce vita (1960)


I’m still slowly chipping away at Fellini’s movies but this was just amazing. It’s great when a classic manages to not only live up to but… 232 more words

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New book: B-Movie Bombshells Paper Dolls by Gregg Nystrom

The very talented Gregg Nystrom is finally releasing yet another paper doll book. This time Jayne is finally in it. Yay!

“From Zsa Zsa Gabor in Queen of Outer Space to Jayne Mansfield in The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw, this paper doll collection presents a bevy of shapely starlets of the 1950s. 37 more words

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Praturlon az ötvenes évektől kezdve a Cinecitta csúcskorszakának összes fontos sztárját végigfényképezte és ő lett Olaszország első számú standfotósa. Mindenki csak Pierluigi-nak szólította és bár gyakran nevezték paparazzónak, ő egyáltalán nem volt az. 265 more words

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La Dolce Vita (1960)

“I don’t believe in your aggressive, sticky, maternal love! I don’t want it, I have no use for it! This isn’t love, it’s brutalization!” – Marcello Rubini… 456 more words

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Anita

I’m very proud of my breasts, as every woman should be. It’s not cellular obesity. It’s womanliness.”

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