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Movie Reviews 280 – Fail-Safe (1964)

During the Cold War between the US and the Soviet Union the world sat around as the two superpowers constantly increased and intensified their respective nuclear arsenals. 667 more words

Movie Reviews

Review: Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb [1964]

a review by the Crow.

OPENING THOUGHTS

Some years ago, this crow was flipping through channels on the telly, Picky by his side, when he came across a black and white movie that had just started showing. 747 more words

Movie Reviews

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Kubrick's Greatest Lesson - Proving That Genre Doesn't Define A Director

By Will Barber Taylor

Stanley Kubrick is one of the world’s greatest directors. He pioneered film and set a precedent for future filmmakers to follow. His use of semaphore and extended metaphors combined with stellar cinematography make the bulk of his work classics of the medium. 442 more words

Film

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Mary Sues (aka Doctor Wish-Fulfilment)

A few months back when the Force Awakens opened I saw a spike in interest about Mary Sues a lot of it in some really poorly constructed arguments defending the character Rey. 1,375 more words

Movies And TV

Archive Review • THE MADNESS OF GEORGE DUBYA • Pleasance Theatre • 2003

Justin Butcher is on a roll. His play Scaramouche Jones went on a UK tour in 2002 starring Pete Postlethwaite, with a world tour hoped for this year. 749 more words

Theatre