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Of Mice and Men (1939)

Director: Lewis Milestone

Whether it is because of the overcrowded year in which it was released or John Ford’s more acclaimed treatment of a Steinbeck novel the following year ( 203 more words

Reviews

Lizabeth Scott (1922 - 2015)

Top 5, então:

1- Tormento de uma Glória (Easy Living, Jacques Tourneur, 1949)
2- O Tempo não Apaga (The Strange Love of Martha Ivers, Lewis Milestone, 1946) 33 more words

Musas

The Rosenbaum Project #1

by Robert Ham

I love a good movie watching project that involves a list or guidelines to follow. And one that I’ve been wanting to dive into for some time is to see all of the entries on the great critic… 975 more words

Thoughts

MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY (1962)

Director of Photography: Robert Surtees

Directors: Lewis Milestone

Perfect Shots

World War I on Film: ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT

Adapting Erich Maria Remarque’s classic novel of the atrocities of war for Universal, Lewis Milestone produced one of the studio’s most expensive, sweeping films—one that resonated deeply with a public still dealing with the aftermath of the great war and mired in severe economic depression. 160 more words

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For Your Consideration: Nov. 7, 2014

One of the year’s most hotly anticipated titles, Christopher Nolan’s “Interstellar,” finally drops today – or, if you’re lucky enough to live near one of the handful of theaters around the country that managed to hang on to their old film projectors, perhaps you’ve already seen it in early release. 745 more words

For Your Consideration

All Quiet on the Western Front.

Carl Laemmle (1867-1939) was a German Jew who migrated to the US in 1884. He worked as a book-keeper, but got interested in movies when they were a new thing. 660 more words

War Movies