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Film #599: Detective Story (1951)

We move on to the other half of our Wyler double bill which features a couple of traits that I struggle with namely the fact that almost the entire film takes place in one place and that’s it’s based on a play. 858 more words

Best Director

[VIDEO] Film Noir: 'The Man With the Golden Arm', 1955

A strung-out junkie deals with a demoralizing drug addiction while his crippled wife and card sharks pull him down.

Director: Otto Preminger Writers: Walter Newman… 11 more words


Quatro castelãs no seu castelo

Quatro castelãs no seu castelo

»»»»» Nota: as duas fotos que acompanham este texto são a preto-e-branco, mas o filme é scopicamente e luxuosamente em CinemaScope, De Luxe Colour. 963 more words

Never Say Goodbye (1946, James V. Kern)

The first thirty-nine percent of Never Say Goodbye is phenomenally paced. It could be a short movie, if there were a little tragedy through in. A little melodrama. 451 more words


John Garfield: The Original Rebel Blogathon — My Analysis of Between Two Worlds (1944)

Hello, everyone! I know I’ve been a bit busy these last few months, but I’m trying my best to squeeze in a few blogathon entries and perhaps a new series that I have in the works that my readers are sure to enjoy before I host my next blogathon (you can vote for what my blogathon will be about  1,239 more words


Caged (1950)

Will She Come Out A Woman or A Wildcat? 1,428 more words


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