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To Look for America

The story is told that, when filming the last scene of THE GRADUATE, the late Mike Nichols turned the camera on his actors, having briefly set the scene for them, started rolling, said “Action!” and then waited… and waited… and refused to say “Cut!” 794 more words

FILM

The Humbling

Late night streaming on Vudu: The Humbling is an adroit adaptation of Philip Roth’s novella. Co-scripted by Buck Henry, who adapted The Graduate and Catch-22… 94 more words

Literature

Always the Graduate, Never the Bride

The Graduate, 1967, Mike Nichols

“Ben, what are you doing?”

“Well, I would say that I’m just drifting. Here in the pool.”

This weekend it was too cold to go out to the cinema so I decided to stay in and watch an old movie. 731 more words

B.F. Skinner

Review : Wayne's World 2 (1993/PG-13)

It doesn’t matter who you are, well actually let’s rephrase that, it matters who you are if your Gen X, then your most likely a fan of Wayne and Garth. 251 more words

Movie Reviews

60's Magical Movie Memories At The Museum

     

For those who grew up in the 60’s, memories of trip to the cinema, both as a child at the Saturday matinee and as an adult on the back row with that girl or guy that  you had been fancying for weeks, they are an important part of your life growing up. 80 more words

Rossendale

Montreal theatre: A look back at the best of 2014

Somewhere amid the pre-Christmas rush, the allotted time for compiling my annual Top 10 list of 2014 dissolved into the ether, reduced to a quick High and Low point of the fall season. 715 more words

Theatre

The Graduate - review

To be honest, I don’t have a lot to say about this book. I liked the end and I liked a bit in the middle of the story, apart from that – man am I glad The Graduate by Charles Webb was only a small book. 201 more words

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