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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

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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

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LONG LIVE THE QUEEN

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

Today In History

Remembering John Cazale

Today I pay tribute to John Cazale – one of my favorite actors.  Cazale was born on August 12, 1935 and although his life and film career were way too short, he left a rich legacy through supporting performances in films now considered classics. 543 more words

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Ok, Fine, I Watched It: "Wet Hot American Summer" and "Dog Day Afternoon"

Despite my better efforts, there are some huge gaps in my film-watching repertoire. Gaps which, since 90% of my friends are just as film-nerdy as I, I am constantly given sh*t for. 1,346 more words

Ok Fine I Watched It

# 443 - Dog Day Afternoon

It’s another bank robbery type movie! Only a true story. About a crazy man. A crazy loveable man who was married to a woman with 2 kids and also married to a man who needed money for a sex change. 162 more words

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Al Pacino Al Day Al Night: Dog Day Afternoon and Serpico

TODAY IT IS TWO REVIEWS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE!

It was too my shame that until recently I had not seen Al Pacino in anything other than his phenomenal performances as Michael Corleone in the Godfather series. 875 more words

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