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The Addiction (1995 Full Movie)

A philosophy student from NYU, Kathleen Conklin (Lili Taylor) is suddenly attacked by a woman, “Casanova” (Annabella Sciorra), in a dark alley.   137 more words


Annie Hall


Review: A comical look about the up and down relationship between a neurotic New York comedian Alvy Singer and the ditzy Annie Hall an aspiring singer/actress. 354 more words


Impromptu Impressions

I was bored this morning, so thought I’d TRY a few impressions (despite the sore throat). I’ll do a better one in due time. This one’s only an impromptu.

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Timeless Classics: Batman Returns

Tim Burton does his second and final film based on Batman which is the intense Batman Returns (1992).

At Christmas, a villain known as the Penguin (Danny DeVito) plans to destroy Gotham City and Batman (Michael Keaton). 37 more words


F.I.L.M. of the Week (August 10, 2017)

Adaptation” it most certainly is not, but Martin McDonagh’s “Seven Psychopaths” makes for a most entertaining meta-movie. This specific genre derives its pleasures by baking the creation of the movie into the very fabric of the story itself; the fact that everything was narrativized is not merely a fact slapped on at the conclusion. 317 more words

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Basquiat (1996)

Genre: Drama / Artist’s Biopic

Walken in Short: In just a single scene near the end, Walken plays a man interviewing Basquiat for a documentary. Nothing amazing, but he does alright. 389 more words

Walken Film Reviews

Heaven's Gate (1980)

Dir. Michael Cimino. Starring Kris Kristofferson, Isabelle Huppert, Jeff Bridges

At the end of the movie – and I mean the Director’s Cut, which is a pretty nimble three and a half hours – we’ve been transported to a place that the film never hinted we’d go to. 1,661 more words