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Stories and Stomachs

“Are you sure they will print it?  How do you know?”

The power of print has risen and fallen with the times.  From the bitter sarcasm of the 1700s to the yellow journalism of the 1800s to the profound belief in the leverage of text in the 1900s—does it matter that something is put down in writing?

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November Blind Spot Review: Chinatown (1974)

“You’ve got a nasty reputation, Mr. Gittes. I like that.”
– Noah Cross

SYNOPSIS: A private detective hired to expose an adulterer finds himself caught up in a web of deceit, corruption and murder. 251 more words


Roger Ebert Film School, Lesson 21: Bonnie & Clyde (1967)

Roger Ebert Film School is a recurring feature in which Brandon attempts to watch & review all 200+ movies referenced in the print & film versions of Roger Ebert’s (auto)biography… 1,144 more words

Brandon Ledet

♦ The Towering Presence of Robert Vaughn

Remembering No 9 

♦ The Magnificent Robert Vaughn

I’m really hating this year, losing so many much-loved names and now sadly it was the turn of Robert Vaughn, one of my first crushes as a teen. 9 more words


Network (1976): Classic Review

‘I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take this anymore!’

Network is arguably one of the 1970s’ most underrated gems, and pleasantly surprised me in how alarmingly relevant and fantastically entertaining it is.  539 more words


Fatale Faye Dunaway

I completely fall in love every time I see a picture of Faye Dunaway because it always reminds me her as Bonnie Parker in Bonnie and Clyde  191 more words

Jeff Rovin: Clintons paid me to 'fix' their sex scandals

It’s all old news to those of us who, unlike Democrat LIVs (low information voters), pay attention to the Alternative Media. But it’s still significant because the information made it to Fox News’ … 1,348 more words