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Recap of Skyfall, SPECTRE director announcements

The past sometimes is prologue. Sometimes, not. But here are details when the director was officially announced for the past two 007 films, Skyfall and SPECTRE. 201 more words

James Bond Films

Interview with 'Wonderstruck' screenwriter Brian Selznick

Wonderstruck is movie about Ben (Oakes Fegley) goes on a journey to New York to try and find his long-lost father, and we also see a young deaf girl named, Rose (Millicent Simmonds), 50 years ago, making her way through the streets of New York to see her mother (Julianne Moore). 1,711 more words

Atlanta's CW

CINE CLUB SCREENING | HUGO (2011)

The Division of Audio Visual Arts (DAVA) – Faculty of Humanities (FH) in collaboration with Emile Chahine Foundation at Notre Dame University-Louaize (NDU) is organizing a Cine Club screening of Hugo (2011) followed by a discussion with event moderator Mr. 44 more words

World Cinema

September 24: Happy Birthday Ben Platt and Jessica Lucas

Ben Platt is celebrating his 24th birthday.  He dropped out of Columbia University after only a few weeks of attendance to pursue his acting career.  He made his film debut in 2012, playing the supporting role of Benji Applebaum, the illusionist turned… 1,050 more words

Celebrity Birthdays

Our latest Bond 25 questions

It’s summer. Instead of going to the beach the blog came up with some new Bond question after this weekend’s story by the U.K. tabloid Mirror saying Daniel Craig would play 007 for a fifth time. 473 more words

James Bond Films

Remembering the Memorial Day Order

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I detest the overly recreational and commercialized hype of how we Americans “celebrate” Memorial Day. It is a time for contemplation and remembering those who have given their last full measure of devotion to our country. 1,494 more words

History

Alien: Covenant - Review

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For as many films as the Alien franchise has managed to spawn, only Ridley Scott’s original film has maintained where it was at its very best. 1,057 more words

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