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Magic in the Moonlight, reviewed: Woody Allen's latest is charmless and flat — but at least it looks nice

Last year’s Woody Allen go-round was a pitiless contemporary reworking of A Streetcar Named Desire; this year’s European edition is a Jazz Age Pygmalion by way of Pride & Prejudice. 896 more words


«Successful people in this world are those who get up and look for circumstances they want. If you can’t find them, then make them.»

– George Bernard Shaw…

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Calderonia - A Writer Goes to War

Weep, you may weep, for you may touch them not.
—Wilfred Owen

George Calderon was killed on 4 June 1915 at the murderous ‘Battle of Achi Baba’ on the Gallipoli Peninsula. 264 more words

4 August 1914

Classic Cinema Tuesday: Major Barbara

To us film fans George Bernard Shaw is most famous for being the original author of Pygmalion that was adapted to the screen in 1938 and again under the name of My Fair Lady in 1964. 718 more words