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Movie Scene : Chinatown - Forget it Jake it's Chinatown

Shit hits the fan in Chinatown.  Evelyn Mulwray is trying to get away with her daughter, Catherine with Jake Gittes’ help.  Problem is things start happening too fast and Jake can’t explain the situation to the cops.   120 more words

Gladiator | Moving Musings

(Moving Musings are some of my thoughts on some of the all-time greats in cinema. I love story and the power that comes with it, so I thought it would be fun to occasionally post about them. 463 more words

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Brie Larson on preparing for her role in 'Room'

Brie Larson is best known for her performances in movies like “Short Term 12,” “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World,” “21 Jump Street” and “Trainwreck,” and she also has a singing career and released an album entitled “Finally Out of P.E.” But if you’re not familiar with whom she is, that’s alright because you won’t be able to forget her after watching her emotionally exhausting performance in Lenny Abrahamson’s “ 610 more words

Classic Movie Review: Mr. Smith Goes To Washington (1939)

Those of you who know me know that even though I run the accounting department where I work, I actually have a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. 1,411 more words


High Noon

I’m a Montanan at heart, though, sadly, no longer in residency. My Montana childhood had an Old West flair to it. My family hunted, fished, camped, and went to rodeos. 475 more words



Take your first look at Academy Award Nominee Brad Pitt & Academy Award Winner Marion Cotillard in ALLIED.

Directed by Academy Award Winner Robert Zemeckis, ALLIED is the story of intelligence officer Max Vatan (Pitt), who in 1942 North Africa encounters French Resistance fighter Marianne Beausejour (Cotillard) on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. 25 more words


Boyhood Review

Boyhood IMDB Page

In this film, director and writer, Richard Linklater, took the one thing that everyone, of all walks of life, no matter the age, gender of lifestyle, can relate to, and that is, growing up. 461 more words

Academy Award Winner