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"The Age of Innocence"

One movie I’ll watch over and over:  “The Age of Innocence,” directed by Martin Scorcese in 1993.  It’s a gorgeously realized version of the great novel by Edith Wharton. 202 more words

In the Name of the Father Review

In the Name of the Father (1993) directed by Jim Sheridan, written by Terry George and Jim Sheridan. Starring Daniel Day-Lewis, Pete Postlethwaite and Emma Thompson. 461 more words

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The Fireflies burn bright with self-titled debut EP

London duo’s six track release set for late July

After a chance shuffling of desks in an Old Street office, Harry and Luca formed The Fireflies. 263 more words


Summer of '92: Cowboys and Indians

Welcome back to Summer of 92, the summer series in which I take a look at the movies released in 1992, also known as the year I was born. 2,682 more words



At the end of Amadeus I sat still in my chair, dumbfounded.

I asked myself, what is the appropriate length of time for existential meditation? How long are we allowed to contemplate the meaning of life? 499 more words


There Will Be Blood (Il Petroliere), Paul Thomas Anderson, 2007

Daniel Plainview (Daniel Day-Lewis) è un cercatore d’argento che, alla fine dell’800 trova il petrolio nell’Ovest degli Stati Uniti. La sua ricchezza diventa considerevole grazie anche allo sfruttamento della presenza dell’unico figlio che lo aiuta a convincere i contadini a cedergli i terreni. 284 more words


The Last of the Mohicans (1992)

Though Michael Mann’s buckskin-sex, tomahawk-to-the-head take on James Fenimore Cooper isn’t about the Revolutionary War or national independence, it evokes, as few films do, the real wilderness of the time, a place at once homestead, battlefield, and frontier. 71 more words