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Film Review: Sam Mendes, "American Beauty" (1999)

There’s Nothing Worse Than Being Ordinary…

This week has seen me revisit some of my favourite films from the past few years, this being something which brought to light one film in particular that I loved when I first saw it, and to my surprise has also actually grown on me even more over time with each viewing. 676 more words

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Lone Star (1996)

Director – John Sayles

Starring – Chris Cooper, Elizabeth Peña, Kris Kristofferson, Matthew McConaughey, Clifton James, Joe Morton

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Film Reviews

Capote (2005)

Temperature: Slidly Warm

This movie came to face during the award season of 2006 after the main actor in the movie was able to capture audiences for his portrayal of Truman Capote. 678 more words

Drama

Seabiscuit (2003)

When it comes to horse racing, it’d be hard to be behind behinds because being behind behinds behooves you to befriend other behinders, when, unbeknown to those befriended behinders, you’d be bound before long to be ahead instead of behind, betraying your befriended behinders and basically bequeathing them a basket of bitter basking behind behinds with nothing to behold but, and besides, butts and behinds to be beheld from behind. 509 more words

Capote

This is the story of Truman Capote during the time that he research and wrote the book, In Cold Blood. The f ilm is set in the late 50’s and early 60’s and show literary parties along with scences from the American midwest. 28 more words

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Deus Ex Machina: "Adaptation"

Welcome back you Scotch and a Movie enthusiasts! I’m pretty pumped up to still be here for our second round of the Scotch and a Movie blog. 1,344 more words

Film

Director & Cast Announced for Upcoming King Series, 11/22/63, on Hulu

Nothing makes me happier than to see people flooding away from cable TV. Back in the day, cable TV was introduced as the future of television that would be a free service and provide alternatives to network television. 272 more words

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