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Watching the Oscar Winners: "Broadway Melody" (1928/29)

Eddie Kearns: Those men aren’t going to pay ten bucks to look at your face; this is Broadway!

Hank Mahoney: Yeah, ‘Broad’s way!’” – …

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Take Me to Your Leader: 3 of the Best Lesser-Known Science-Fiction Films of the 1950's


The 1950s were very kind to science-fiction movies. While that may seem like a strange statement to some when looking at the amount of laughably bad science-fiction films that came out of that decade, the point is that so many science-fiction films did come out of that time, arguably more than any other decade before or since, in that way popularizing a genre that had not been fully exploited before.  703 more words

Classic Cinema

This week's film: Hero

Over the course of this quarter, I’ve made my audio video class into a film survey class. We watched films I, and other filmmakers, believed to be important cinematicly. 178 more words

From The Teacher

The spectre of Orwell's 1984 and other realities and realisms

I grew up watching television in the 1970s. Back then, we didn’t have the modern gadgets and smart appliances and devices of today. We either had the TV on or we were playing outside and making mud cakes  in the rain. 89 more words

Blog Bucket


The movie Psycho is one that has stood the test of time and will probably continue to on down the road. One of the few drawbacks that people have with this classic piece of Hollywood cinema is the ending. 202 more words

Psychological Horror


A first kiss after 5 months,

means more than a first kiss after 5 minutes ~ S Kluger


Fay Wray and Gary Cooper in The First Kiss ~ 1928


Classic Cinema: Annie Hall

DIRECTOR: Woody Allen
CAST: Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Tony Roberts.
PLOT: ‘Romantic adventures of neurotic New York comedian Alvy Singer and his equally neurotic girlfriend Annie Hall. 260 more words

Film Review