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The Story of 'Legend' (1985) and One of Cinema's Great Tragic Characters

Ridley Scott’s follow-up to his critically acclaimed horror masterpiece Alien (1979) and the sci-fi noir classic Blade Runner (1982) was for many, a surprise. A dark, fairy tale starring a fresh-faced Tom Cruise seemed an unlikely project, but it was one the director had long envisioned before it came to be, a project that started with one persistent idea: Unicorns. 1,808 more words

Z: The Films

“Not that I condone fascism, or any -ism for that matter. -Ism’s in my opinion are not good. A person should not believe in an -ism, he should believe in himself.

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Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986)

A high school wise guy is determined to have a day off from school, despite what the principal thinks of that. (IMDb)

Between Ferris’ charming 4th-wall breaks (right down to his sly one-second looks), his outrageously serendipitous class-cutting escapades (makes himself the star of the downtown parade) and delightful deceits (his bedside baby talk to his parents is a riot), and a hilarious slapstick side plot with the crazy principal, there’s ample humour here, set to fresh, quirky and quick-cutting scenes. 14 more words

The Flood Gallery Reveals A Stunning New Print by Vance Kelly For One Of Our Favorite Films: "Legend"

Once long ago, before there was such
a thing as time, the world was shrouded
in darkness.
    Then came the splendor of light,
bringing life and love into the Universe, 424 more words


Yes, Mia!

There are certain things that tell if you have been brought up in the American educational system (high school in particular):
– You enjoy old classic movies from “Gary Grant” years… 49 more words


My fantasy

Legend (1985) by Sir Ridley Scott

It was one winter evening when I was an elementary school kid. I happened to be in front of a tiny little CRT TV in the kitchen when this movie was broadcasted under a made-up Korean title (effortlessly translated). 151 more words


Legend (1985)

Visually Legend proved to be quite a stunning little movie, there was clearly a lot of passion and effort put into the aesthetics and it has payed off enormously. 623 more words

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