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Taxi Driver

I guess that anything I say about this film could make me look like a fool, so all I will say is: this movie is fucking amazing… 28 more words

Cybill Shepherd & Kimberly Hyde - The Last Picture Show (1971) HD 1080p

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Cybill Shepherd

Revisiting: Texasville

Peter Bogdanovich’s Texasville played at midnight last night on the MGMHD channel. I’ve been wanting to see this again since the VCR years, so I’m glad I ran across the listing. 526 more words

Films

Movie - Taxi Driver [REVIEW] - On Every Street In Every City, There's A Nobody Who Dreams Of Being A Somebody

IMDB Rating: 8,3/10
Genre: Crime, Drama
Director: Martin Scorsese
Writer: Paul Schrader
Stars: Robert De Niro, Jodie Foster, Cybill Shepherd

Taxi Driver is a film by… 1,001 more words

Review

Moonlighting, Al Jarreau and The Cold Grip of Winter

Last month I wrote a post (link here) about that amazing full moon we in the UK were all witness to. Having discovered that all full moons have a name, generally having come from the Native Americans who very much used the moon’s cycle as their calendar, I decided to embark on a series of “moon posts” to coincide with whenever a new one appears in our skies. 621 more words

1980s Songs

Faking Movies – Ep 25. The Last Picture Show

The twenty-fifth podcast episode.  In this one, Lee take a stab at the plot of The Last Picture Show.

Do you know that feeling when everyone is talking about a movie you haven’t seen? 79 more words

Comedy

Do You Believe? (2015)

Director: Jon Gunn

Writer: Chuck Konzelman, Cary Solomon (Screenplay)

Starring: Miro Sorvino, Sean Astin, Alexa PenaVega, Cybill Shepherd, Lee Majors, Delroy Lindo

 

Plot: When a pastor is shaken by the visible faith of a street-corner preacher, he is reminded that true belief always requires action. 482 more words

Drama