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A Look Back: Beaches

Ideally, a movie title should tell you something important about its theme and plot. Well, “Beaches,” which came out in 1988, is the place where the two lead characters (Bette Midler and Barbara Hershey meet and form a lifelong friendship, but if you’re hoping for a lot of time in the sand and sun, you’ll be disappointed. 520 more words

Movie Reviews

The Last Temptation Of Christ (1988)

Based upon the novel of the same name, The Last Temptation of Christ provoked a lot of righteous indignation and protest upon its release, although if you look at the film objectively it is actually quite reverential in its treatment of Jesus Christ and his life. 163 more words

Film

I like the sensibility of Australian film a lot and the crews are fantastic. Great characters, wonderful people and no line between – I think in Hollywood they have this line between actors and crew a lot, and that just didn’t exist, which I really apprec http://ift.tt/290vvm1

Barbara Hershey

Film #556: The Stunt Man (1980)

Sometimes whilst writing for this blog I come across films that I’d never heard of before and this next movie is a case in point. The Stunt Man was a film that was nominated for some fairly big awards in 1980 including obviously the best director prize for Richard Rush a man who is possibly best known for helming the infamous Color of Night. 808 more words

Best Director

Film #554: The Last Temptation of Christ (1988)

Martin Scorsese is a director whose work we have already covered in some depth during the course of this blog as he has helmed his fair share of Best Picture contenders. 810 more words

Best Director

It’s also very painful, because I feel, and I know, probably all women my age and older feel like we’re better and have more to give and are more fun now. 7 more words

Barbara Hershey

It’s also very painful, because I feel, and I know, probably all women my age and older feel like we’re better and have more to give and are more fun now. 7 more words

Barbara Hershey