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My kingdom for a word


Thirty years ago I was watching an Ancient Lives episode, Egyptologist John Romer‘s series from the early 1980’s. (The only television my wife and I seemed to watch back then were documentaries).  630 more words

Autobiography,memoirs And Confessions

Matt's Classic Film Reviews - Network

  • Grade: A- 
  • Released: 1976
  • Directed by: Sidney Lumet
  • Starring: Faye Dunaway, William Holden, Peter Finch

“For God’s Sake Diane, we’re talking about putting a manifestly irresponsible man on national television!” 566 more words

Text Review

Movie of the week #13

Bonnie  &  Clyde (1967)

Directed by Arthur Penn

Written by David Newman & Robert Benton

Starring: Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway, Gene Hackman, Michael J. Pollard & Estelle Parsons. 104 more words


Steve McQueen: The King of Cool (Part Two)

(Tuesday, March 24 is the late Steve McQueen’s 85th birthday. To honor this charismatic actor, here is the second of my two-part commemoration of the man and his films) 1,923 more words

Baby Boomer

Blu-ray review: Network

Starring: Faye Dunaway, William Holden, Peter Finch
Director: Sidney Lumet

When it first came out in 1976, Paddy Chayevsky’s satire on the world of television was attacked as shallow and obvious, but in these days of Ukip and the Tea Party movement its portrait of a public stewing with anger and discontent only seems to have gained in depth and relevance. 466 more words


Life's a Breeze!

Can’t get over how cool the Breeze app is!! I’ve had it/have been using it for quite some time now … that’s another thing, you don’t use it/do anything – it just is/exists! 51 more words

More Thoughts on Bonnie and Clyde (1967)

I’ve been thinking recently about Arthur Penn’s 1967 brushfire of a film Bonnie and Clyde. I wrote about the film some here in preparation for leading a screening and discussion of the film as part of the Third Floor Film Series, but there is so much more to this movie than just its place in film history, its influence on other films, and the films it was influenced by. 1,161 more words