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The Good, The Dad and the Ugly - Rebel Without a Cause

If only you coulda been my dad. We could have breakfast in the morning.

-Plato

First of all, Hooray! Movie number 11! That puts me at about 1%! 305 more words

Cinema

Watchin' the Film there, Boss - Cool Hand Luke

Oh Luke, you wild, beautiful thing. You crazy handful of nothin’.

-Dragline

Cool Hand Luke, the venerable 1967 Paul Newman prison drama is, in the simplest of terms, a not-as-great… 230 more words

Cinema

YouTube Round-Up

Howdy there, loyal readers! This weekend wound up being a real doozy, so I don’t have a new review ready for today. Never fear though, because there is some good stuff coming up later this week, particularly as I start delving into my accumulated archive of bargain bin acquisitions. 798 more words

Movies

Leonard Part 6 (1987)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 1 out of 10

4-Word Review: One really bad movie.

Leonard Parker (Bill Cosby) is a former CIA agent who is now retired and running a restaurant in San Francisco while trying to reconcile things with his wife (Pat Colbert) and  keeping his college-aged daughter (Victoria Rowell) from marrying a man in his 60’s (Moses Gunn). 482 more words

Movies

Final Chapter : Walking Tall (1977)

Bo Svenson is once again cast as Buford Pusser in the third film of the seventies trilogy that sees a Tennessee lawman fight for justice while at the same time seek revenge on those that murdered his wife. 488 more words

Daily Take

Three days left to pledge support on Kickstarter for indie film "Durant's Never Closes" starring Tom Sizemore

Durant’s classic steakhouse in Downtown Phoenix is possibly the city’s most famous dining destination. Its late owner, Jack Durant, is certainly one of the city’s most mysterious and compelling figures. 126 more words

PHOENIX Magazine

Video of the Week: "The Outfit"

Our video for this week is a nifty montage of scenes from John Flynn‘s gritty homage to film noir, The Outfit (1973). It showcases the film’s superb score by… 43 more words

Timothy Carey