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It Was The List Of Times: Hitchcock v Welles


Film Club Rule #634: Your taste may not be everyone’s taste, but that doesn’t mean it’s not good taste.

What makes a great film? What makes a film your favorite film?  120 more words


Citizen Kane (1941)

Many movie critics, film organizations, film historians, and movie buffs worldwide name Citizen Kane as the greatest movie ever made. I must concur. It offers nothing short of a search for the meaning of life. 526 more words

Christian Perspective On Film

The Church of Orson Welles

Taken from our third podcast episode, “Mysterious Ways”, here is a recording of an ceremony held by the “Church of Orson Welles”, a group dedicated to preserving the memory and filmic achievements of the cinematic master. 8 more words

The elephant in the elephant room

As we close in on the Republican convention, anxiously awaiting the arrival of the clown car, let’s take a moment to reflect.

That’s enough.

What upsets me the most about the Trump phenomenon is the way the media covers it.   187 more words

My Introduction to a Series of Essays on The Rules of the Game

“The awful thing about life is this: Everybody has their reasons.”—OctaveThe Rules of the Game

Perhaps no other line in La Règle du jeu… 1,728 more words


PlopCorn Presents Podcast Episode 3: "Mysterious Ways"

On this most recent episode of “PlopCorn Presents”, Curtis Parvin and Dan D. discuss the dangers of religious zealotry, the banning of the Vagina Monologues… 75 more words

Can something really be classified as "not" art?

Everyone has their opinions on what makes art… art. The 2003 movie, The Room, is not considered art by most people.

I disagree with this statement. 357 more words