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"At Long Last Love"

At Long Last Love (20th Century Fox, 1975)

Writer/director Peter Bogdanovich wanted to revive, recreate and pay homage to the 1930s dance/musicals of the Astaire and Rogers era. 169 more words


Loving Yourself As You Age: Keys to Success

On the Oprah Winfrey show, Teri Hatcher, Cybill Shepherd and Linda Evans joined Oprah for a discussion in 2010 about aging and beauty.  Teri Hatcher had photographed herself makeup and Botox free and posted the images on Facebook to get women thinking about aging in broader terms than just wrinkles and sagging. 181 more words


Peter Bogdanovich: Fool For Love

Peter Bogdanovich became an A-list director in 1971 with The Last Picture Show.  The Oscar-winning drama wasn’t Bogdanovich’s directorial debut.  But it was his first big movie after cutting his teeth on a couple of Roger Corman productions.   4,828 more words



De una espesa niebla que cubre completamente la pantalla aparece el taxi que recorrerá cada noche las sucias y peligrosas calles de Nueva York. Los nombres de los protagonistas sobre el fondo neblinoso desaparecen y los ojos de Robert de Niro ocupan completamente la pantalla. 460 more words


Favourites #3 - Taxi Driver...

Spoilers ahead.

Taxi Driver! The one movie that became a benchmark and is still looked upon as the first reference for any filmmaker who wants to do a crime thriller or a vigilante movie and this was the movie which was predominantly responsible for the genre of neo-noir to grow leaps and bounds, and even make its foray into the movies of different nations and different languages. 3,276 more words

Movie Reviews

MOVIE REVIEW | The Heartbreak Kid (1972)

In a nutshell, Bored & Dangerous says: “Director Elaine May sets up her main character as an asshole from the very beginning, then basically dares us to watch him for the next 100 minutes.” 454 more words


Friday Philosophy...Paganism

Before the world of organized religion began, as we know it anyway, we were all pagans of varying order. The Greeks, the Barbarians, the Persians – all followed polytheistic traditions, in which there were both Gods and Goddesses. 232 more words