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Film4 Summer Screen - Sunset Boulevard (1950)

Since 2005 when Film4 established what was only to become the trend of summer 2016, the open air cinema, it has been an ambition of mine to attend one of the screenings at Somerset House. 534 more words

Classic Cinema

Retro Cinema Wrap-Up, August 22-28, 2016

MONDAY (August 22)

Alpharetta Branch Library
VIVA LAS VEGAS (1964), George Sidney – 10:30am

The Plaza Theater
CADDYSHACK (1980), Harold Ramis – Contact theatre for show times… 382 more words

Retro-Cinema Wrap-Up

Music to Make Horror Movies By: Charles Boyer

Cinematic psychological breakdown, anyone?!?

Suave Charles Boyer embodied one of the screen’s most smoothly evil villains driving the frightened Ingrid Bergman into morbidly dependent despair in the classic thriller… 88 more words

Entertainment

La La Land - City of Stars

In July, Lionsgate Films released the trailer for the hotly anticipated musical La La Land, starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, directed by Academy Award nominated Damien Chazelle ( 589 more words

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The classic actor Cary Grant

One of my favourite actor, the British Cary Grant (1904-1986) was charming and disarmingly clownish. He played in wonderful movies, worked alongside the greatest actresses (Audrey Hepburn, Jean Arthur, Irene Dunne, Katharine Hepburn…) and directors (Stanley Donen, Hitchcok, Leo McCarey…). 84 more words

Cinema

Zatoichi: The Blind Swordsman

Zatoichi – Lullaby

From the early 60’s to the early 70’s, numerous movies about the adventures of Zatoichi were made. The setting is feudal Japan, and the scenery is quiet beautiful. 303 more words

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