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Three Days of the Condor (1975)

By Richard Winters

My Rating:  4 out of 10

4-Word Review: Who can he trust?

Joe Turner (Robert Redford) works at a New York City CIA office, which fronts itself as a literary agency for historical books. 750 more words


Faye Dunaway: Through The Eyes Of Faye Dunaway

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Faye Dunaway?  Odds are, it’s Mommie Dearest and “no wire hangers”.  Here at Le Blog where we have a long-running series detailing the career embarrassments of the Golden Raspberry Awards (at which Dunaway was a regular nominee), we tend to focus on that sort of thing. 3,326 more words


Past Imperfect - #15

Photographer: “Excuse me, Miss Dunaway. What exactly are you and your leg doing?”

Faye: “I’m photographing you photographing me. It’s all the rage in the art scene after Antonioni started doing it when he directed… 780 more words


Barfly: Mickey Rourke wonderfully brings Charles Bukowski to life

No one, in my opinion, wrote self-destruction as beautifully as Charles Bukowski. Although the gritty and squalid world he wrote about – of losers, drunks, and oddballs – may not always make for pleasant reading, there is something oddly cathartic about them, especially if you’ve gone through your own low, dark phase in the past. 560 more words


Best Picture Oscar Winners: How Many Have You Seen?

There have been 89 films which have won Best Picture at the Academy Awards, from a total of 537 nominees. 360 more words


A Movie A Day #130: Doc (1971, directed by Frank Perry)

No, this latest movie a day is not about Lisa and Erin’s cat.

Instead, Doc is yet another retelling of the famous gunfight at the O.K. 273 more words


The Eyes of Laura Mars (1978)

Irvin Kershner’s ‘The Eyes of Laura Mars’ is a film that was on my radar as something camp and creepy and trashy before I even knew what camp was. 799 more words