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How to Tell if Your Prisoner is Too Smart for You

Dear Movie Villains:

Becoming an Evil Villain is largely a matter of trial and error. As far we know, there is no correspondence course to guide you in becoming a dastardly mastermind. 621 more words


Announcing the Great Villain Blogathon 2015!


Frisco Kid reblogged this on Frisco Kid at the Movies and commented:

Frisco Kid will be participating with a post on the villain Noah Cross (John Huston) in the film CHINATOWN on April 15.

“Excuse me, sir, but your stupid is showing”


Ah, Mr. King, you’ve done it again. I have been waiting to get my hands on some of your most recent novels, but, poor as I am, have had to be content with staring longingly at the book section of Walmart. 730 more words

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Movie Reviews: "Big Eyes" and "Finding Vivian Maiers" - True Stories of Women Artists

Big Eyes

A world that has tired of Tim Burton’s universe of live cartoons may be heartened by the director’s return to weirdo-bio with “Big Eyes,”  the story of Margaret Keane, whose husband Walter claimed to be the creator of her big-eyed children paintings. 833 more words

Movie Reviews

Friday Conversation: Who Is Your All-Time Favorite Movie Villain?

First things first: Jurassic Park is awesome. This isn’t really in dispute, but it’s worth mentioning anyway every now and then just to refresh people’s minds. 1,342 more words

Film Drunk

Dear Ralph Fiennes,

If I ever have the pleasure to meet you, I promise to address you as “Rafe Fines”.

You’ve said, “The process of making a film is a mad lottery. 363 more words