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Film Review: 'The Frontier'

A woman on the run, a last-chance motel and a lonely stretch of desert highway set the stage for “The Frontier,” an appreciably moody but dramatically stilted crime drama that exudes a certain retro appeal before collapsing into a series of empty neo-noir poses. 645 more words

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Sweet Smell of Success Review: Press Relations

Words: Brody Rossiter
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“YOU’RE DEAD SON, GET YOURSELF BURIED”

Synonymous with a series a successful and celebrated Ealing Studios releases, including Whiskey Galore, The Man in the White Suit… 441 more words

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Communal Viewing: TCM Classic Film Festival

TCM CLASSIC FILM FESTIVAL 2015
March 26-29
Hollywood, CA

The TCM Classic Film Festival returns to Hollywood March 26-29, providing a chance for fans to watch cinematic classics the way they were meant to be seen—on the big screen, with an audience. 219 more words

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johnlink ranks HEAT WAVE (1954)

Here’s a B-movie film noir directed by a guy named Ken Hughes who would later go on to helm such movies as the Peter Sellers’ CASINO ROYALE and a little family film called CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG. 600 more words

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Fallen Angel (Preminger, 1945)

The set-up is classic noir: an anonymous stranger, Eric Stanton (Dana Andrews), flush out of funds, tumbles out of the latest bus. He’s a con-man with the gift of the gab. 479 more words

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