In a year which seems to be packed to the hilt with sequels or remakes, you often see and hear people bemoan the lack of originality these days. 380 more words
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(1930, US, 100 min, b/w) Dir William Z Dolman. Cast Henry Lensing, Piper Pitt, Tom Claus.
Two fisted ice-bound thriller. A heavily moustached Tom Claus is underhanded seal baron Ogdon Bush, a man content to lord over his own personal fiefdom in the frozen wastes of Alaska until rogue philanthropist Lou Seward – quietly played by the ice eyed Lensing – drags his wind lashed carcass into Bush’s town. 143 more words
“Boomerang” is one of my favorite movies; besides the bomb soundtrack that accurately captures a moment in time and still sounds amazing twenty-three years later, the film showed black professionals in my favorite city looking to elevate themselves at work and in love. 724 more words