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Sicily; 2017

After 4 eventful days in Venice, we boarded a train for Civatavecchia, the seaport for Rome, where we would board our cruise ship.  The  cruise was touted as a “Greek Isles” cruise.  274 more words


SPOOKTOBER: Day 14 — Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)

With countless adaptations made prior, and even more adaptations made afterwards, Francis Ford Coppola’s imagining of the classic novel is surely one of the most opulent depictions to be produced in recent years. 300 more words


Interview: 'Dementia 13' Actress Julia Campanelli

Dementia 13 is credited as Francis Ford Coppola’s first feature film. This horror features a family full of secrets as they gather together to pay respects to their deceased youngest daughters life. 311 more words


Brian De Palma’s Scarface is like an inverse Godfather. The movie is semi-epic – a dry cartoon of the American dream gone numb. But (and this may stem from the nature of the gangsters involved), it lacks the broad elegance of Coppola’s auspicious rendering of Mario Puzo’s potboiler. 241 more words


REVIEW: Dementia 13 (2017)

Francis Ford Coppola’s debut film gets the remake treatment and adds some major twists that help make the film that of a pretty good updated version. 591 more words

American Films

The Conversation 

Someone could be watching you and it’s not the government. This classic from 1974 came out right before then president Nixon resigned from office but its roots go all the way back to the mid 60’s. 513 more words