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Invasion Of The Body Snatchers (1978)

Donald Sutherland stars as a public health inspector who is initially sceptical of his friend’s claims that people are being “changed”, but soon discovers a widespread conspiracy to replace the entire population. 265 more words


An American Satyagrahi

Brooke Adams sent me this message: Thought of you when I saw this cause you taught me what it meant.

Mohandas Gandhi: “A satyagrahi bids good-bye to fear. 43 more words


Movies I Watched Once (And Never Will Again)

GUNS FOR HIRE – The movie looks like it was shot on an iphone (but this ain’t no Tangerine) and the “sets” look like they were borrowed from a porn shoot. 233 more words

Lace (1984) (DVD x 2) (VHSRIP)

Lace is an American television two-part miniseries, based on the novel of the same name by author Shirley Conran. The series aired on… 89 more words


Kendall Wiley: It's a Family Affair

By Brooke Adams

Third generation Bobcat Kendall Wiley is about to finish her junior season for the Texas State softball team. Wiley’s competitive spirit and love for softball radiated from her when we met in the dugout at the Texas State Softball Complex to get a grasp of what softball means to her and how she handles being a student and an athlete during the regular season. 434 more words

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The Dead Zone (1983)

A teacher involved in a near fatal car crash awakens from a coma five years later with the power of second sight.

David Cronenberg’s most restrained and mainstream movie is based upon a Stephen King novel…but don’t let that put you off. 124 more words


Days of Heaven (1978)

This essay first appeared on Fourth & Sycamore

In April, our Third Floor Film Series will be a screening of Days of Heaven. This 1978 film by visionary director Terrence Malick is one of the most visually beautiful movies ever filmed and helped to usher in a new style of cinematic storytelling. 902 more words