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Movies to See: The Heart is a Lonely Hunter (1968)

I wanted to share about this movie I saw recently, because it left a very strong impression on me. Perhaps it is my favorite of all time, it is hard to say. 447 more words


March 26th in history:

The first driving test in Great Britain was given on March 26th, 1934. Presumably, no points were taken off for driving on the left side of the road. 130 more words

Today In History


This film chronicles the real events regarding hostages in the middle eastduring the late 1970’s. In order to safely remove them from the country, the CIA in cohoots with Canada devised an elaborate plan. 42 more words

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Saturday Matinee: Little Murders

“Little Murders” (1971) is a dark comedy based on a play written by Jules Feiffer and was the first feature film directed by Alan Arkin. The plot centers on vivacious interior designer Patsy who falls in love with photographer Alfred after saving him from a beating, despite (or because of) his physical and emotional passivity. 65 more words


Movie Reviews 212 – So I Married an Axe Murderer (1993)

Following in the wake of Wayne’s World, Mike Myers’ “So I Married an Axe Murderer” was a disappointment at the box office and a film that has been pretty much forgotten since. 456 more words

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