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Episode 7: With Very Special Guest GARY YOUNG. Sidney Lumet's THE OFFENCE, MAD MEN, HARRY BROWN and top five Sean Connery and Faye Dunaway

Featured on Episode 7 is a very special guest, Gary Young writer of HARRY BROWN starring Michael Caine.  We also discuss MAD MEN, Sidney Lumet’s THE OFFENCE and top five performances of Sean Connery and Faye Dunaway. 8 more words

Frank Mengarelli

Movie review: Harry Brown (2009)

The senselessness. That’s what I walked away with. The sheer senselessness. Dissolute lives. Broken lives. Upright lives. Good lives. All mixed together. In the end, goodness wins but you get the feeling that the win is temporary. 201 more words


Review: Object Lessons: Golf Ball by Harry Brown

Much like DePauw University professor Harry Brown’s own childhood experience: my brother, my cousins, my uncle, and I once took an old Titleist, clamped it down in a vice, and started tearing open the balata cover with the finely serrated edge of a hack-saw. 983 more words

Author: Donovan Wheeler

Theo Green - Film Composer

House at the End of the Street Soundtrack by Theo Green on YouTube

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Watching ‘Harry Brown’

It’s been a long time since I’ve been to the cinema last. I’m fussy about what movies I watch and everyone I know is into action films. 452 more words

My Diary

Harry Brown (2009)

Michael Caine is one of my favourite actors so I wonder why it’s taken me so long to watch Harry Brown. I think it was released here in the UK around the same time as Gran Torino and this one just got put to the back of the deck in the shuffle. 360 more words

Media Diet

London Film Festival Review: The Keeping Room

Title:                         The Keeping Room

Certificate:               tbc

Director:                   Daniel Barber

Major Players:         Brit Marling, Hailee Steinfeld, Sam Worthington

Out Of Five:             3.5

For a self-confessed – and unashamed – Western fan like Yours Truly, it’s been been a lean few years. 633 more words

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