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A Review: Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World

There has always been a danger with Werner Herzog of the persona overwhelming the work. Herzog has become a meme factory, lauded as much for his gloriously lugubrious quotes than his visionary work of the ’70s and ’80s. 667 more words

Film Review

50s Westerns Blu-Ray News #233: Night Passage (1957).

Directed by James Neilson
Starring James Stewart, Audie Murphy, Dan Duryea, Dianne Foster, Elaine Stewart, Brandon de Wilde, Jay C. Flippen, Robert J. Wilke, Hugh Beaumont… 126 more words


Your favorite Christmas movies in 4 minutes!

A few years ago I put together a Christmas movie montage for the Christmas Eve service at our church. It’s become part of my Christmas tradition each year since then to watch that video at the outset of the Christmas season. 30 more words




        Having been on my watch list for a few years, Vertigo was one of the films I was most looking forward to. It was my first time watching it and I hesitatingly admit that I was disappointed. 384 more words

The Effects of War (A Christmas and Hollywood story)

I always like to read the behind the scenes of movies and TV series.  I’m not interested in back biting or childish antics of actors, but the personal side of working in a creative environment. 252 more words


50s Westerns Blu-Ray News #231: Broken Arrow (1950).

Directed by Delmer Daves
Starring James Stewart, Jeff Chandler, Debra Paget, Will Greer, Arthur Hunnicutt

Delmer Daves’ Broken Arrow (1950) is a great film. I tend to overlook it since I’m so head over heels in love with James Stewart’s other Western of 1950, … 49 more words


My Favorite Scene From It's A Wonderful Life

My favorite scene from It’s A Wonderful Life; a great–but tough and sobering–lesson is taught here:

“Your brother, Harry Bailey, broke through the ice and was drowned at the age of nine.” 47 more words

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