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An Ode To Films

Inside the spectrum of our society, one can find a variety of activities the common individual uses to pass the time, that one way or another, shape the way we chose to live our lives. 1,084 more words

2001: A Space Odyssey

Welles' season at the BFI and Too Much Johnson

18 months before Citizen Kane, there was Too Much Johnson, a 66-minute silent film that was made for inclusion within one of Welles’ Mercury Theatre productions. 210 more words


June 29th in history:

William Shakespeare lost one of his favorite stages on June 29th, 1613, when the Globe Theater in London burned down. The fire was caused by a cannon that misfired during a performance of Shakespeare’s “Henry VIII”. 83 more words

Today In History

Movie review: Magician: The Astonishing Life of Orson Welles

Magician: The Astonishing Life of Orson Welles    ★★★   dir. Chuck Workman

There’s plenty of magic but little mystery in this documentary of Orson Welles, the hugely talented cinematic showman and raconteur. 226 more words

Movie Review

But where is Jhoomri Talaiya?

Where is Jhumri Telaiya? (correct but less evocative spelling ) should occupy a space between Who is John Galt? and What was the secret of Rosebud? 317 more words

Ayn Rand

Shia LaBeouf - Rob Cantor

This is probably one of the most beautiful works of art I have ever witnessed! So I had to share it! 392 more words


And I said, What about Breakfast at Tiffany's?

This weeks focus was movies. This was definitely not an item found on everyone’s ‘must have in a mate’ list but is a high priority for me. 514 more words