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I’m surprised I don’t see more Lubitsch films. Like the last Lubitsch film I reviewed, To Be or Not to Be (all the back in July of 2014!), I immensely enjoyed the socially-conscious humor of… 632 more words


Being There - Review


“I’m Chance, the Gardener,” says Peter Sellers inside his final noteworthy role. “Since I was a child, I worked in this garden.” He really was a gardener. 1,064 more words

Film Reviews

Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House

Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House, 1948, RKO Radio Pictures. Starring Cary Grant, Myrna Loy, Melvyn Douglas. Directed by H. C. Potter. B&W, 93 minutes. 403 more words

Classic Films

A Woman’s Face (George Cukor, USA, 1941)

You’d never know it from the way he’s written about but George Cukor is one of American cinema’s greatest directors. His best films (Dinner at Eight, David Copperfield, Holiday… 1,456 more words

Annie Oakley (1935)

Directed by George Stevens
Written by Joel Sayre and John Twist

While compiling the list of films for this marathon, there were more than a few indicators which put  763 more words


Film Noir Friday: A Woman's Face (1941)

Directed by George Cukor, A Woman’s Face is fundamentally a remake of the 1938 Swedish film of the same name. This 1941 picture features a screenplay by David Ogden Stewart and is based on the play… 554 more words


Review of Ghost Story - Book Vs. Movie

Old, distinguished men in elegant attire sip their brandy and tell ghost stories. A mysterious woman unbound by time haunts successive generations of boys and men. 1,385 more words

Reviews Of Haunted House Fiction