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Play It Again, Sam (1972)

A neurotic film critic with an obsession with Humphrey Bogart is divorced by his wife and so spends all of his time with friends who unsuccessfully try to set him up with a variety of women. 122 more words


Ruth & Alex (2014)

It takes a film of depth, dealing with issues which effect us all, to stand out from a field saturated, as today’s cinema is, by an increasing amount of flimsy and instantly forgettable popcorn fodder. 513 more words


“What if I forget you? Would you ever forget me?” - Finding Dory (Film Review)

Finding Nemo is a modern animated classic, now 13 years old, it has stood the test of time and held true as one of Pixar’s finest feature films garnering massive critical acclaim and commercial success. 546 more words

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Style Icon: Diane Keaton in Annie Hall

Style Icon this week is Diane Keaton, specifically for the styling choices in Woody Allen’s Annie Hall. With the resurgence of ’70s fashion beckoning for light (through glimpses of flare/wide pants, plaid suiting, high-waisted belted pants, strategic layering, varying stripes, and subdued-tones), Annie’s popular statement looks feel more approachable than ever. 113 more words

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Hit Me With Your Best Shot!: "Looking for Mr. Goodbar"

Had I heard that Looking for Mr. Goodbar wasn’t very good or that it was just dated? For some reason, I remembered it carrying a certain scattered and hokey reputation that the film proved wrong when I caught up to it. 439 more words

Twin Peaks "Slaves and Masters" [1991)

Twin Peaks was becoming really laborious by this point.

But it can’t really be blamed on Diane Keaton.

The director here.

Of this episode.

It’s true. 127 more words

Twin Peaks

Send in the Clowns: Trying to Sell a Horrifying Harlequin Collection

Let me be entirely honest: while I don’t wear any makeup or go to the circus, the predicament of the clown isn’t so foreign to me. 1,549 more words

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