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Twelfth of July Orange Order Marches/Demonstrations: A History of Violence

The Orange community is the inheritor of a tradition and a set of religious and cultural sensibilities that purport to come from the period of Britain’s Glorious Revolution, the 1688-90 Williamite Revolution when the last Stuart, James II, was ousted and the Protestant Settlement secured. 1,911 more words

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A History Of Violence *** (Out Of 4)

Consensus: “A Hostory Of Violence” is a compelling film about the nature of violence and human nature. I think it too quickly descends into violent showdowns just as the drama and tension really start to heat up.

A History Of Violence

Days 164-173 | 365 Day Film Challenge

I’m still on the journey of watching one film a day, which equates to 365 films in a year. Here are reviews for ten that I’ve recently watched. 1,049 more words


Cronenberg Monograph on Violence

DATELINE:  A History of Violence

When you live in a farmhouse modeled after Grant Wood’s “American Gothic,” you know there is something secretive afoot.  A History of Violence… 268 more words

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A History of Violence (2005)

Dir. David Cronenberg. Starring Viggo Mortensen, Maria Bello, Ed Harris

It’s almost too bad that A History of Violence isn’t a French movie about a reformed mobster from the tough streets of Marseille who escapes to the Massif Central and starts a family, because then the title would make a little more sense. 1,752 more words


Top Ten William Hurt Performances

William Hurt has been a fierce cinematic presence for decades, and now he’s slowly embarked on making his mark in television.  He was the epitome of a sex symbol in the 1980’s, a uniquely handsome movie star who brought an abstract and fresh approach to each role he consumed.   1,082 more words

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