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Top Gun @ 30 Years Old...Time Has Flown By

Fly Me To The Danger Zone and Take My Breath Away this iconic movie of the 1980’s is 30 years old. Ouch, that makes me old too. 47 more words

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TONY SCOTT'S TOP GUN -- A 30TH ANNIVERSARY RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW BY NICK CLEMENT

At this point in our culture, it’s nearly impossible to discuss Top Gun with any amount of clear-eyed objectivity. The film is a milestone for all of its key contributors, a pop culture touchstone for multiple generations of people, and an often imitated and parodied relic from a very specific time and place in cinematic history. 1,127 more words

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Movie Reviews 263 – The Innkeepers (2011)

Horror movies by their very nature tend to be shot in dark brooding scenes that evoke a sense of peril and anticipation. On the other side of the coin are the horror comedies that dispel the need for that ambiance as the goal is chuckles more than screams. 417 more words

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Walk Of Fame Inductees - April 2016

To check the dubious reasoning behind these posts, check the original here:

https://carlosnightman.wordpress.com/2015/05/14/walk-of-fame-a-celebration-of-heroism/

In this new series of posts I’ll be selecting a Star at random from every decade (who was born in that decade) starting from the 1880s up until the 1990s to be interred in this land of magic and wonder, who will for ever more see their name set in stone far beyond the places where Gods dare to tread. 959 more words

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"Witness" movie review

When Rachel Lapp (Kelly McGillis), a young widow, and her young son, Samuel (Lucas Haas) take a trip to Philadelphia, their lives are forever changed. After Samuel witnesses a murder scene, he must help Detective John Book (Harrison Ford) find the man. 607 more words

We Are What We Are

At time of writing I have not yet seen the original, which is strange for me because I have been aware of it since before the remake was made, and because I tend to always watch the original first. 599 more words

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There Oughta be a Law!

As part of the 1996 Women in Hollywood issue of Movieline magazine, Joe Queenan examined the trend of actresses he considered to be miscast as lawyers.   3,819 more words

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