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4 Movies to Stream on Netflix

Four Movies to Stream on Netflix this Week

“This is just a dream that cannot last
When the magic of this mood has passed.
So I…

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Los Angeles

Bradshaw Watch omnibus – ‘The Cabinet of Dr Caligari’ (1920), ‘M’ (1931) and ‘The Wizard of Oz review’ (1939)

Peter Bradshaw recently saw three classic films at the BFI’s facilities on the Southbank, which he enjoyed enough to award the re-releases five stars each. In case you don’t have time to read his reviews of them in… 383 more words



For it’s day, Metropolis must have been seen with amazement. Shoot, any movie back then was pretty amazing but when you add the fantastical themes and settings of… 609 more words


Metropolis (1927)

Metropolis (1927)

Director: Fritz Lang

Screenplay: Thea Von Harbou

Cast: Alfred Abel, Gustav Frohlich, Rudolf Klein – Rogge, Fritz Rasp, Theodor Loos, Brigitte Helm

Genre: Drama, Sci-fi 187 more words

Silent Film


I believe, the German film “M” directed by Fritz Lang, deals with many important social issues that were addressed throughout the entire film.  The German society, at the time the film was made, was also very distraught and going through a rough time, it was as if they were missing something that they couldn’t quite find. 1,131 more words


Classic Review: M (1931)


“And is evil just something you are or something you do?”
– Morrissey, Sister I’m a Poet

Seldom is there anything more despised in the civilised world than a child killer. 1,383 more words

Classic Films

Le Mepris (Contempt) - Jean-Luc Godard (1963)

Contempt is one of the most highly regarded movies that Jean-Luc Godard has directed and not only is it both indicative of his classic Godard authorship, it is audacious and ambitious in his build-up of tension and use of dramatic proportionality. 457 more words