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Star: How Warren Beatty Seduced America, By Peter Biskind

On The Making of REDS (1981)

Meanwhile, on the set, “Do it again” had become the operative phrase. Beatty shot an impressive number of takes. He generally liked to give himself lots of choices in the editing room, and always thought that the best take was just around the corner. 726 more words


What Is An Alpha Male?

Our society seems to be changing its gender roles slowly, but surely.

What about the Alpha Male?

Is he going extinct? Will we all be surrounded by Beta Males in no time, with slight variations thereof? 392 more words


Thoughts watching One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

Sally Field working with Robert Osborne on TCM’s The Essentials said it very well in hoping that actor Jack Nicholson appreciates the greatness and opportunity that manifested regarding he and his extraordinary performance in “one Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest” now over 40 years ago. 267 more words

Defining the 'Terms of Endearment'

The terms are tough love. The kind where you wake up your baby because you think she’s dead. The kind where you tell your daughter that it’d be a mistake to marry her fiancee the night before her wedding. 454 more words


A battered old favourite

Saturday 30th January 2016, 6.50pm (day 1,619)

Finally made it home, 24 hours behind schedule, and just before landing finished this for the umpteenth time. I know pretty much exactly when I bought this book — April 1989 at a gas station in Pennsylvania. 37 more words

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The Fortune (1975)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 7 out of 10

4-Word Review: Trying to murder heiress.

Oscar (Jack Nicholson) and Nicky (Warren Beatty) are two inept con men living in the 1920’s who think they’ve come up with the perfect plan for gaining a lot of money by having Oscar marry Fredericka (Stockard Channing) who is set to inherit millions from her father as she is the sole heiress to his fortune.   371 more words