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[Last Film I Watched] Sudden Fear (1952)

Title: Sudden Fear
Year: 1952
Country: USA
Language: English
Genre: Film-Noir, Thriller
Director: David Miller
Writers:
Lenore J. Coffee
Robert Smith
based on the novel of the same name by Edna Sherry… 678 more words

Film Review

Friday Five: Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?

We live in an era of talentless twits. Justin Bieber, you are not a tough guy because you act like a spoiled child and have bodyguards protect you from what is rightfully yours: a punch in the nose. 574 more words

Compañeros (1970)

Sergio Corbucci’s Compañeros is a boisterous spaghetti western from 1970 and one of the most explicitly revolutionary of the Zapata films. While many westerns were subtler in their political themes, Corbucci’s picture is a brazen critique of greed and American imperialism. 617 more words

Entertainment

Fun with Frank

Frank had a stellar career as movie star, modeled as the Marlboro Man, and directed a passel of plays back in the day. He lived in New York, and Los Angeles, and hobnobbed with friends and neighbors such as Jack Palance, Dennis Weaver, and Tyrone Power. 827 more words

Boomer Memoir

Nero, Palance, and Corbucci Team Up Again In 1970 For The Zapata Western, Compañeros!

No one seemed to complain in 2000 when Wong Kar Wai followed up his melancholy tale of unrequited love from three years earlier, Happy Together, 1,322 more words

LOST IN THE 1970s WITH GENEROSO