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Day 12 of Noirvember: Remembering William Holden

Strikingly handsome with a versatile acting talent, William Holden could play everything from the charming boy next door to a psychologically damaged killer, with equal facility. 415 more words

Film Noir

12 angry men (Danish: 12 vrede mænd)

I saw this on DVD borrowed through the Danish service, where it is possible to order what other libraries are borrowing (bibliotek.dk) and have it delivered to your local library. 48 more words

** (can Watch)

The Exorcist (1973, William Friedkin)

Despite the title, The Exorcist is about pretty much everything except the actual exorcist. When he does appear, kicking off the third act, it’s kind of a stunt. 828 more words

Warner Bros.

On the Waterfront (1954)

Dir. Elia Kazan. Starring Marlon Brando, Eva-Marie Saint, Karl Malden

It’s hard to say this about Leonard Bernstein, who was one of the great American musical minds of the last century, but his score for  1,510 more words


12 Angry Men - Review


It still amazes me how within so little, Sidney Lumet has managed to create something nearly as mind blowing as 12 Angry Men – because what Lumet was able to do in a single room many other filmmakers can’t seem to capture within an entire city. 1,039 more words

Film Reviews

Movie - 12 Angry Men [REVIEW] - Death Is On Their Minds!

IMDB Rating: 8,9/10
Genre: Crime, Drama
Director: Sidney Lumet
Writer: Reginald Rose
Stars: Henry Fonda, Lee J. Cobb, Martin Balsam

To make a good film, you just don’t need for a good visual effect. 494 more words