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The Osterman Weekend (1983)

The problem isn’t that The Osterman Weekend is a bad movie. It certainly is, mind you, but that’s not the main problem. The books of Robert Ludlum are that strange breed of airport literature that often seems perfect for film adaptation but rarely manages to translate well, and by that criteria… 802 more words

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Silkwood (1983) - Grog's Classic Movie Review (Mike Nichols Week)

Director: Mike Nichols
Writers: Nora Ephron & Alice Arlen
Stars: Meryl Streep, Kurt Russell, Cher, Craig T. Nelson, Diana Scarwid, Fred Ward, Ron Silver, Charles Hallahan, Josef Sommer, Sudie Bond… 646 more words

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Coming to terms with the end of 'Parenthood'

As Parenthood gears up for its final farewell early next year, scores of fans are stockpiling tissues in anticipation of what looks to be a very emotional goodbye. 826 more words

Perspective

A friend has taken off the kid gloves and put her foot down: there will be no further discussion (presumably with her) on the subject of homosexuality. 565 more words

Three Reasons Why I Love Parenthood

In case we haven’t been in touch in a while, no, I have not had nor adopted a child. I’m talking about NBC’s show¬†Parenthood. … 461 more words

The Incredibles (2004)

“I love you, but if we’re going to make this work, you have to be more than Mr. Incredible. You know that, don’t you?” – Helen Parr/Elastigirl (Holly Hunter) 570 more words

Film

Poltergeist (1982)

When it comes right down to it, “Poltergeist” is pure silliness, starring adult protagonists who soon prove themselves to be TOO STUPID TO LIVE. The problem is not merely that is “out-dated,” although it is. 433 more words