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Useful Insights on Method Acting

Method acting is a technique where actors draw feelings and experiences from their personal emotions and memories to build a character. Actor, theatre director and theorist, 290 more words

On ECT, Jack Nicholson and One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

By Dr David Laing Dawson

In my addendum to Marvin’s blog last week I referenced Jack Nicholson in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. I’m sure everybody got the reference. 501 more words


Chinatown (1974): the Gen Y review

It’s been over forty years since the release of Jack Nicholson’s breakout hit, and Toli Papadopoulos believes younger audiences will have a newfound appreciation for the mystery-thriller. 451 more words

On This Day: Bruce Almighty (2003)

Today, exactly twelve years ago, Bruce Almighty hit cinemas. Let’s take a look at some little known facts about it.

As is the case with any religious comedy, it’s bound to get a ban somewhere in the world. 258 more words


Roar (1981)

This proved to be a movie going experience unlike any other I can recall.

The reason is very simple. I’m infatuated with big animals. 761 more words

Daily Take

Jack Nicholson on Midwives

I can’t think of a better person to deliver the following information…

(If you’d like more information on all of this…Salon has a good article with resources here)