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Should Have Went With HBO  |  "Too Funny to Fail: The Life & Death of The Dana Carvey Show" 2017 Hulu Documentary Review

The prime of Dana Carvey came long before my time, as the only thing I really knew about him before watching 2017’s “Too Funny to Fail: The Life & Death of The Dana Carvey Show” was that he was popular on “Saturday Night LIve”, and his film career came crashing down with 2002’s critical bomb “The Master of Disguise,” which many consider to be one of the worst films of all time. 511 more words

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Death Sentence (2007)

Fatherly love and sibling rivalry

Story-wise, Death Sentence (2007) is just your typical vigilante action movie. The son is murdered by gangsters at a gas station and the father goes after his son’s killers. 605 more words

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MORE WILD, WILD WEST (1980)

The three-day Frontierado Holiday weekend starts this Friday, August 7th. (Well, technically the good times start Thursday night, August 6th.)

MORE WILD, WILD WEST (1980) – Awhile back, Balladeer’s Blog reviewed the 1979 telefilm… 2,032 more words

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Film Review: "Easy Does It" (2019) ★★

I don’t mind watching indie films directed by filmmakers who barely manage to secure funds to make something many wouldn’t want to see if one big name, at least, is not attached with the project. 561 more words

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Lavazza Drive-In: "Back to Maracana" (2018) ★★★

What can we do to live our life to the fullest? How do we cope with the fear that takes over our minds? Do we take risk, or let the risk take us? 262 more words

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'The Molly Maguires' (1970) - film essay

There are two kinds of morality: one is speculative morality by which your thinking directs you to find the truth about the way things are. The other is practical morality, in which your eyes dictate you to find the applicability of your moral precepts to real-life situations. 544 more words

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SAVAGE CINEMA: The Sidehackers (1969)

EDITOR’S NOTE: Back when COVID-19 felt like a thing that may not last all that long, circa March 7, 2020, we talked about this movie. 335 more words

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