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Hey! It’s Saturday. That means it’s time to pair up another couple of films for a Saturday Double Feature.
I’m cheating a little bit this week, since today’s feature movie has already finished it’s theatrical run, but since it’s just come out on disk in the past few weeks, I’m declaring it recent enough to qualify. 358 more words
While viewing John Cassavetes’ seminal A Woman Under the Influence (1974), you undoubtedly find yourself speculating on Mabel Longhetti’s mental state. Is she crazy, as many around her believe, or is she emotionally spent and, with proper nurturing, salvageable? 844 more words
When I was a kid growing up, living with my parents, watching television a lot, there were two people who established in my brain the importance of the director. 309 more words
Dame Judi Dench is turning 82 today. She is one of the most distinguished screen actresses of our time, with, for starters, seven Oscar nominations to her name—she won Best Supporting Actress for playing Queen Elizabeth I in… 1,201 more words