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Top Ten High School Movies

We all have our favourite high-school movie but there’s definitely a few out there that deserve a mention more than others. As a Brit, we haven’t quite met the mark when it comes to the high school film genre over here so for now we’ll have to make do with the plethora of American academic hi jinx that so many have to come to adore. 1,284 more words

Movie Classics

A Summer's Tale

It’s hard to distinguish a good Eric Rohmer film from a decent one. Garrulous but with sentences that hint at wit, his characters treat expectations like trial balloons: they make declarations of principles which demand acceptance but sulk when they’re taken seriously. 676 more words

Movie Review: "The Moon Is Blue" Can Turn Any Man's Face Red

The Moon Is Blue (1953) features female wit that’s incredibly amusing, especially during the era when the film was released. The interesting male personalities only make the story more engaging. 247 more words

1950s Movie

Preston Sturges' Missing Best Director Nomination

This post is part of the 31 Days of Oscar Blogathon, hosted by Kellee of Outspoken & Freckled, Paula of Paula’s Cinema Club and Aurora of  989 more words


"I'm going to open doors for you...

…doors you never even dreamed existed!” It’s a line from the movie, Auntie Mame, one of the last lines of the movie. I love that movie, and the character who said it. 769 more words

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Buster Keaton Enters The Twilight Zone

This post is part of The Buster Keaton Blogathon, hosted by Silent-ology. Click HERE for a list of all the participants!

My first viewing of a Buster Keaton movie came in a roundabout way: during the early 1970s, my mother liked seeing rock concert films of the Woodstock variety. 903 more words