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Hoosiers (1986, David Anspaugh)

Hoosiers rouses. It rouses through a perfectly measured combination of narrative, editing, composition and photography, and music. In that order, least to greatest. There’s no way to discount Jerry Goldsmith’s score and the importance of his music during the basketball game montages. 910 more words

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Falling Down (1993)

Duration 1h 53m Rating (UK) 18 Source of story An original screenplay Writers/Script Ebbe Roe Smith Additional Info 272 more words
1990s

David Carradine Headlines the Movie Poster

Considering I poked a bit of fun at the Kung Fu star for my inaugural “Slumming With” feature, I thought it best to even the score with a look at David Carradine on the marquee posters that his image graced. 475 more words

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The Last Temptation of Christ (1988)

Dir. Martin Scorsese. Starring Willem Dafoe, Harvey Keitel, Barbara Hershey

Only a bold film, one creeping up to outright foolhardiness, tries to tell its viewers what it’s “about” at the outset.  1,424 more words

Film

Falling Down

Dir: Joel Schumacher, 1993

There’s no argument that modern day life is a carbuncle of frustration, stress and impatience. From petty little jobsworths to dickheads who seem to take great delight in being the most obnoxious and infuriating rude arses they can be, it’s fair to say that we all, at one time or another, wanted to scream with rage at society’s arrogance. 399 more words

The Public Eye (1992) Howard Franklin

By 1992, Joe Pesci had been around for thirty years beginning with a small role in the 1961 film, Hey, Let’s Twist, a showcase for the then chart-topping rock and roll group, Joey Dee and the Starliters ( 885 more words

Photography

Black Swan (2010)

Dir. Darren Aronofksy. Starring Natalie Portman, Vincent Cassel, Mila Kunis

There is no movie which I have a harder time distancing myself from than Black Swan… 1,780 more words

Film