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Lee Konitz/Dan Tepfer: All The Things You Are documentary

I have always enjoyed road movies! There’s some kind of  magic in being inside of a car travelling endless distances, seeing the hours go by, together with the movie’s character(s). 36 more words


You can never go fast enough

Last Sunday I came across a classic car show in a Seattle suburb. The bright colors and streamlined shapes were impossible to resist. I stopped to join the crowd in rapt admiration of the immaculately restored Mustangs, GTO’s, T-Birds, Corvettes and other beauties dating as far back as the 1920’s. 980 more words

Classic Cars

Eddie Macon's Run (1983)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 5 out of 10

4-Word Review: He runs across Texas.

Each Monday during the month of September, in order to celebrate my impending move from Indianapolis to Austin, Texas, we will be reviewing an 80’s movie that takes place in Texas. 638 more words


Drugstore Cowboy (1989) - Gus Van Sant

To say Gus Van Sant is an accomplished director is an understatement. He is one of few living film directors who has managed to make art house films, as well as achieving mainstream, commercial success. 364 more words


Interview With: Dr. David Laderman


Joining me this week for a discussion on “Two-Lane Blacktop” and road movies is Dr. David Laderman. He is an instructor of film at College of San Mateo in San Mateo, California. 91 more words


A point and a plane

“… between these two locations (a point and a plane) is an indeterminate extensive space in which an observer is ambiguously situated.”  381 more words

Moving Camera Obscura

Midnight Screening: Wild at Heart

A question: Have you ever seen a movie that made you want so furiously to scribble down notes about its greatness while watching that you were actually annoyed that it kept you looking at the screen with its unapologetic greatness to the point of being unable to write anything down legibly? 2,102 more words