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Top Ten Tuesdays - Al Pacino

  Greetings, Glancers! It’s Tuesday again, and that means it’s time to publish another Top Ten list. Today we look at one of the best actors of all time, one whose performances and films are always ranked right at the top of any critic’s lists – Al Pacino. 1,322 more words


Journey 258: Dog Day Afternoon at the Joplin Library

What a fun afternoon, as Aubrey and I joined a group of excited children and their parents and grandparents at the Joplin Public Library. Aubrey was excited as well, because today, during a special program in the Children’s Department at the library, kids had the opportunity to read to dogs.  593 more words

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Dog Day Afternoon, 1975 (Film Review)

I’m a little bit worried about admitting this, but I find that a lot of the ‘best’ films from the 1970’s tend to be too dull for me. 630 more words

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Andrew was worried about getting to the airport on time what with potential rush hour traffic – Iceland as an entire country has 1/6th the population of Portland, I am pretty sure they don’t have rush hour unless sheep are crossing the road. 678 more words

Dog Day Afternoon (Spoiler Filled Analysis of Landmark Crime Thriller)

Perhaps the greatest strength of Sidney Lumet’s 1975 essential crime thriller Dog Day Afternoon is it’s humility. It never judges, it never discriminates, it never stereotypes or shows any bias to one party, creed, religion, social status or sexuality. 1,670 more words


Dog Day Afternoon (1975) - Review

To start things off, I’d like to apologise for the half-assed review of RocknRolla. Unless I posted this before that, in which case, I apologise in advance. 539 more words



August 12 in history:

The U.S flag was raised over Iolani Palace in Honolulu on August 12th, 1898, marking America’s official annexation of Hawaii.  The last monarch to reign over Hawaii from the palace was Queen Lili’uokalani. 103 more words

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