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Netflix Loves Bacon Like The Rest Of Us!

Mmmmmm bacon. Bacon bacon bacon bacon. I love bacon. Do you love bacon? Of course you love bacon! Unless you are vegan or vegetarian, then it is understandable if you don’t like bacon. 226 more words


Silence of the Lambs

A sort of Babette’s Feast of the American West, Jonathan Demme’s Silence of the Lambs shows how the strength of one determined woman can save a ranch, a flock of sickly sheep, and a family – with a little bit of help, and a lot of… 139 more words

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A sort of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead for the super-spy set, Steven Spielberg’s 1975 Jaws is a witty, bittersweet character study of the often-disregarded henchman, Jaws (Richard Kiel). 127 more words

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'Double Trouble' Shoot - Day 1

As I write this, I’ve just returned from the first day’s filming of Double Trouble, my eighth short film.

The plot follows Holly, who gets a knock on the door, and when she opens it, she’s looking at her identical twin sister, Ivy, who she didn’t know about. 255 more words

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Checkpoint (2003) is a documentary filmed by Israeli filmmaker Yoav Shamir. The film documents the everyday interactions between the Palestinian citizens and Israeli soldiers under the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. 1,088 more words

Dial M for Motif

“Superficially, Dial M for Murder (1954) looks unambitious, a simple stage-to-set recreation of Frederick Knott’s hit play. Even Hitchcock, perhaps disingenuously, described it as a phoned-in effort knocked off between the location shooting of… 60 more words

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