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The Ox-Bow Incident (1943)

William A. Wellman’ The Ox-Bow Incident is a landmark film in many ways. It was the first to use the western genre as its canvas for telling a morality tale. 519 more words

Movie Review From A Christian Perspective

Jailhouse Rock (1957)

In the past, I had unfairly dismissed the Elvis Presley movies, thinking that they would be silly and lightweight–mostly an excuse to showcase Elvis and his music.   701 more words

Classic Film

Ginger's Taste

As you probably already know I adore Ginger Rogers. Always have.  Always will.  On this blog I’ve shared a snapshot of her life story (A Taste of Ginger) 223 more words


The Film that won Olivia De Havilland her first Academy Award

A few weeks back, I saw a new film in theaters which is surprising considering this has been such a bad year for movies. That film was called… 1,074 more words


Fall 2016 Television Preview: Friday

M: Ahhh, Friday: once a TV graveyard, now an odd mix of the “pity-move” where shows get sent before they get cancelled, and steady medium ratings earners. 4,698 more words


So Goes My Love (1946)

The year is 1867, and Jane Budden (Myrna Loy) is looking to change her life. The daughter of a pig farmer, she’s grown tired of the country life and wants to find a husband – preferably one that lives in a big city. 540 more words

"New To Me" Reviews

The Spy Who Came in from the Cold

The Spy Who Came in from the Cold is a 1965 Cold War spy film starring directed by Martin Ritt, with a screenplay by Paul Dehn and Guy Trosper. 1,114 more words