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Storytime: Accidental Movie Remakes

Aloha humans! Often when Bro and I have conversations, we accidentally re-create an existing movie. Here are the 2 best examples.

A while back we were talking about ways Ethan Frome could be improved. 228 more words


The space between us all

In an interview published in the July 12, 1970 issue of Rolling Stone, the rock star David Crosby said: “My time has gotta be devoted to my highest priority projects, which starts with tryin’ to save the human race and then works its way down from there.” The journalist Ben Fong-Torres prompted him gently: “But through your music, if you affect the people you come in contact with in public, that’s your way of saving the human race.” And I’ve never forgotten Crosby’s response: 1,113 more words


4 Famous Movie Lines That Were Improvised On Set

Via Starwarsforce.wordpress.com Keep that camera rolling, because inspiration can strike at any time! Here are four classic bits of movie dialogue that you never realized were completely unscripted. 17 more words


What is a good film?

Over the past century (1917-2017), films have impacted billions of viewers all over the world.  So how do people define a good film?  Is it the popularity?   401 more words


You Can Stop Calling it a Guilty Pleasure

It’s pretty common to hear people refer to something as a guilty pleasure. “Oh—yeah, I watch American Idol. It’s a guilty pleasure of mine.” Then they’ll flash you a guilty smile and shrug, and laugh at themselves, as if trying to assure you that they… 1,553 more words

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The Great Citizen Gatsby: A Film Analysis

I will be talking about the 1941 Orson Welles’ first feature film, Citizen Kane, and a 2013 adaptation of a Fitzgerald’s novel, The Great Gatsby… 447 more words


ORSON WELLES & 'CITIZEN KANE': Seeking a Multi-Level Understanding of a Masterpiece...

In a mansion in the fictional Xanadu, a vast palatial estate in Florida, the elderly Charles Foster Kane is on his deathbed. Holding a snow globe, he utters the mysterious word “Rosebud” and then dies; the snow globe slips from his hand and smashes on the floor. 3,982 more words
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