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Thousands March Through Streets of Hamburg in G20 Protests. Credit - Instagram/vyacheslav.gomer via Storyful

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Ep. 10 Cutthroat Island (1995)


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This time on Laser Discotheque we watch Cutthroat Island, the movie that took pirates out of the multiplex for nearly a decade. Renny Harlin throws good money after bad on an astounding scale, and after we had so much fun with Die Harder, too. 8 more words

Cutthroat Island (1995) Review

6/10

Cutthroat Island (1995) is the only big full-on pirate movie between Pirates of the Caribbean (2003) and… Hook (1991) maybe, and The Goonies (1985). And, maybe… that… 594 more words

Movies

Women of Hollywood - Geena Davis

“If she can see it, she can be it.”

One of my wonderful lecturers from when I studied film introduced me properly to this brilliant lady. 507 more words

Film

Screenplays -Crusade

For a brief moment in the 90’s director Paul Verhoeven, and super star Arnold Schwarzenegger had the opportunity to re-team for what surely would have been the most fascinating medieval epic of the decade – Crusade. 144 more words

Screenplays

On bivisibility

Okay okay, I have to admit, Crazy Ex Girlfriend is starting to win me over. There’s still a lot I have a problem with but I feel like it’s finding its stride and peeling back some of the layers of irony. 382 more words

2017