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Much Better Historical Movies

An earlier post pilloried poor historical dramas…this list contains superior efforts.

     Tombstone-1993:  No movie will ever accurately portray the life and character of Wyatt Earp, he’s not nearly likable enough; but… 514 more words


I suppose the worst part of being buried under the ground is not being able to breathe. Only I don’t  suppose you’ve ever had that feeling–not being able to catch your breath.

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Classic Film

{Thoughts} Temptation ~Ep.1~

May Contain Spoilers

Temptation starts with this woman above.  Ms Choi Ji-Woo plays Yoo Se-Young, a baller, shot caller type of woman. She is powerful, ruthless, cunning & lonely. 627 more words


Robert Redford Lost at Sea

My husband brought home All Is Lost from the library last week and urged me to watch it with him. I stayed up “late” last night to 9pm to see it with him and my older kids. 331 more words

TV & Film (non-documentary)

For Your Consideration: July 18, 2014

I celebrated a birthday yesterday. I have now been on this earth for 24 years, about a third of which I would say has actually been spent in the pursuit of great cinema. 608 more words


0167 | Jeremiah Johnson

The actor and environmentalist Robert Redford moved to Utah, the birthplace of his first wife Lola Van Wagenen, at the turn of the 1960s. He built a home for his young family and gradually got to know the beautiful and unforgiving terrain of the state, much like the titular character Redford played in 1972’s  1,277 more words


'Boyhood' Review


Boyhood Is A Fascinating Movie More Because Of How It Was Made, Than The Movie Itself

I just saw Richard Linklater’s Boyhood, and it was pretty interesting, though mostly on the technical level (it was filmed over a period of 12 years); as an exercise in innovative filmmaking.   641 more words