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Dreamscape (1984, Joseph Ruben)

Dreamscape has a lot of subplots. The main plot barely gets any more time during the second act than the subplots. But I’m getting ahead of myself because I wanted to talk about the first act, which has Dennis Quaid getting reacquainted with mentor Max von Sydow. 632 more words


BEFORE THE FLOOD (2016): A Worthy Addition To Leonardo DiCaprio’s Filmography

As I started to watch Before The Flood, Leonardo DiCaprio’s climate change documentary, it took me a few seconds to adjust to the fact that the DiCaprio was talking to me and as himself; not as a character in one of his many well received Hollywood movies. 262 more words


Comments On My Predictions

I would say pretty good on the NFL predictions as they were (3-2), highlighted by almost calling the exact score in the Lions/Rams tilt.

On my worst prediction, the Bills rout of the Niners, the “flag football” pun/comment yielded an over. 196 more words

Uncle Bardie's Movie of the Week: Introducing Audrey Hepburn

Once a week on Monday, Uncle Bardie shares a movie with his Readers he gives a big two thumbs up. It will simply be a short excerpt or a trailer. 399 more words

Movie Of The Week

Tumbling Tumbleweeds

Warning: The following account may have events slightly out of order, as I did not take notes and I saw the episode a whole week ago. 1,427 more words


Roman Holiday

Director: William Wyler


As I may have mentioned before I tend to have something against things that are considered classics. It doesn’t matter what medium it is, books (Jane Austen – turgid romance), music (The Beatles and Elvis – both vastly overrated), film (Citizen Kane – don’t even get me started on this rant, it’s in the book so it is on the cards), or even iconic people (John Lennon – nobody can be that pure and good its just nauseating), you can pretty much guarantee that I will either take an extreme dislike to it or out and out despise it. 387 more words

1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die

Roman Holiday (1953)

Roman Holiday – IMDb 233/250

The next film on my list can say it started the career of Audrey Hepburn, so for that reason alone it deserves its place in the top 250 films of all time. 629 more words

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