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MY FAVORITE FILMS OF 1948

MY FAVORITE FILMS OF 1948

I’ve seen 33 movies this year. Jane Wyman wins an Oscar. A son helps his father win one too. Sensitive Monty squares off against The Duke. 771 more words

MY FAVORITE FILMS

Does Terrorism Still Exist?

Many narrowly define ‘terrorism’ as an act of violence against civilians for political or religious reasons. This feels very 1970s. This definition suffers immediately from the problem of perspective: are you an evil terrorist or an heroic freedom fighter. 85 more words

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Second Run Showcase :: Hunter-Hunted! Ruthless, Relentless, Merciless Manhunt! (March, 1951)


Two of my favorite actors in the same film? We can have such things? Yes. Yes we can. Not to mention a fantastic supporting role surprise from Mary Astor. 38 more words

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ACT OF VIOLENCE (1948)

Post-war disillusionment is often noted as one of the overall themes of film noir. A soldier returns from war to be greeted by a sardonic American society not worth fighting for – that’s a broad example. 757 more words

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