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Murder on the Orient Express (1974) or: How Albert Finney Can Save Your Movie

A great case-study in how one great performance can make a movie worthwhile. Murder on the Orient Express is exquisitely constructed. Director Sidney Lumet handles the sprawling cast with ease and constantly fills the frame with lush period-detail. 634 more words


Destroyer (1988)

Directed By: Robert Kirk

Starring: Lyle Alzado, Anthony Perkins, Deborah Foreman, Clayton Rohner, Tobias Anderson, Jim Turner, Pat Mahoney

Serial Killer Ivan Moser is being executed via the electric chair, but a prison riot breaks out during the execution and Moser disappears. 344 more words

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The Trial

I had a strange dream the other day. I was in a shop and had taken a few things to buy. One of the items was a smoothie type drink. 235 more words


Football: Defensive backs prepare to be a energetic and relentless unit

Cameron Fields | For The Post

Ohio’s defensive backs have to be energetic on and off the field. If they aren’t, they’re sent out of the meeting room until they are. 288 more words


The Actress (1953)

An adaptation of Ruth Gordon’s autobiographical play Years Ago, about a girl who wants to be an actress.

A small story, mostly in small spaces, and Jean Simmons as the girl, with her starry aspirations and bursting emotion, trapped/shielded inside. 946 more words


"I hope they catch who did this:" Woman abducted from home by two men on Milwaukee's northwest side

MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police are asking for the public’s help to locate a person taken in an abduction on Friday, April 15th.

The incident happened in the neighborhood near Fond du Lac and Beale St. 325 more words


In which a classic film gets an '80s makeover

Psycho III, Universal Pictures, 1986.

Psycho II came 22 years after the original and bore no semblance of the era it was released in. There were no discernible hints of the time period during which it was conceived. 550 more words

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