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REVIEW: "Bonnie and Clyde"

The 1967 crime drama/biopic “Bonnie and Clyde” wasn’t the easiest movie to get made. There were numerous squabbles between the film’s producer and star Warren Beatty and Warner Brothers over everything from budget and shooting locations to the size of the film’s release. 790 more words

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Hey Johnny, open a cabaret for me

They say, it never hurts to ask. Poets and artists began hanging out at the Cabaret Voltaire, in the World War I era. The name, “Cabaret Voltaire,” fits well in my novel. 276 more words

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Chinatown (1974)

40th Anniversary
Directed by Roman Polanski
Starring Jack Nicholson, Faye Dunaway, John Huston
U.S., 130 min

Rewind: Chinatown is remarkably cynical, even by 1970s standards. 575 more words

1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die

Back to normal, quote from Barfly by Charles Bukowski


Henry: That’s it.

Wanda: That’s what?

Henry: I’m broke. Can’t buy another drink.

Wanda: You mean you don’t have any money?

Henry: No money, no job, no rent. 12 more words

Writing

Dialogue Of The Day: Bonnie And Clyde (1967).

Clyde Barrow (Warren Beatty): “See that foot? I chopped two toes off that foot, with an exe, to get off work detail. You wanna see it?” 24 more words

Dialogue Of The Day

Film Noir – Chinatown

‘Forget it, Jake, it’s Chinatown.’

The tragic ending was not what the scriptwriter intended.  Robert Towne wanted the heroine to escape to Mexico.

Chinatown is a metaphor, the moment in lives when flawed individuals are surrounded by what is rotten.  524 more words

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