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2017 Blind Spots: Kansas City Confidential (1952)

On the surface, Phil Karlson’s Kansas City Confidential appears to be a standard noir. Three criminals are blackmailed into a heist job by a burly and considerably aged Preston Foster. 267 more words

Blu-ray Review: The Fortune Cookie

Limited Edition to 3000

Distributor: Twilight Time

Release Date: April 18, 2017

Region: Region Free

Length: 126 min

Video: 1080P (MPEG-4, AVC)

Main Audio: English Mono DTS-HD Master Audio… 708 more words

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The Wizard of Oz 1925 version - RetroIndieGamer's Oz Movie Reviews

Welcome to the next Oz review. Today, I will be looking at the 1925 version of The Wizard of Oz.

As you can probably guess from the title, year, and even looking at the film, this is a silent adaptation of the Wizard of Oz, much like the 1910 version I reviewed previously. 1,312 more words

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One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975)

Norms are social constructs which have been defined over quite a long period of time which shape a society’s view on how one ought to behave. 612 more words


Film 36: The Only Son

The Only Son (1936) dir. Yasujiro Ozu.  Japan.

Now turn to Yasujiro Ozu, who is one of the three of four best filmmakers in the world, and certainly the one who brings me the most serenity.

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Broadway Babies (1929)

In a boarding house specifically serving the budding stars of the stage, showgirl Dee (Alice White) lives with two of her best friends. Also rooming there is Billy (Charles Delaney), Dee’s newly-minted fiance. 358 more words