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Paper Moon (1973, Peter Bogdanovich)

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Peter Bogdanovich made a movie between The Last Picture Show and Paper Moon (it was What’s Up, Doc? starring Barbra Streisand), but you’d never know it. 1,533 more words

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My Review of: Alien: Covenant (15)

My Review of: Alien: Covenant (15)

1979, that was the year when the tagline “In Space, no-one can hear you scream” became popular and launched director Ridley Scott into becoming one of the greatest directors of all time. 1,264 more words

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My Review of: Alien 3 (18)

My Review of: Alien 3 (18)

With the release of Alien Covenant, for which I can say with confidence is absolutely brilliant, let’s take a look at the films that came before, and on balance Alien, Aliens and Prometheus have all been very good. 1,146 more words

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The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934, Alfred Hitchcock)

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After achieving considerable acclaim and popular success with his first two sound films, Blackmail and Juno and the Paycock, Alfred Hitchcock spent the majority of the early 1930s in the wilderness, with a run of frustrating experiences at British International Pictures. 4,760 more words

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L'Age d'Or (1930, Luis Buñuel)

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Going in to your first viewing of Salvador Dali and Luis Buñuel’s L’Age d’Or (“The Golden Age”) is a little intimidating: its reputation is made overwhelmingly by people who have found it offensive. 1,621 more words

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Silence- Movie Review

Martin Scorsese is a director like no other, a master filmmaker who’s remained relevant over nearly five decades of filmmaking. After nearly half a century of pushing the boundaries of the industry, Scorsese delivers what may be his most personal film to date, a towering exploration of faith in crisis.  224 more words

Drama

Paterson- Movie Review

Paterson might be one of the most simple and relaxing films I’ve ever seen, and for that reason among others it might indeed be one of the best. 229 more words

Drama