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Jason and the Argonauts (1963)

We hadn’t sat down for a Sunday morning movie in a while, but today we picked back up with a fabulous one. Tom Hanks once said that… 660 more words

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Strangers When We Meet (1960)

Kirk Douglas takes a break of sorts from the he-man pictures he’d been primarily appearing in at this point in his career (Last Train From Gun Hill and The Vikings) to star alongside cinematic beauty Kim Novak in this straight drama of marital discord. 586 more words

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Jason and the Argonauts (1963)


Of all the films Ray Harryhausen worked on, Jason and the Argonauts is probably the one that still resonates the most today; the stop-motion sequences still have a wonderful, powerful charm to them that looks concrete in a way that CGI never seems to manage. 77 more words

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Jason and the Argonauts (1963) review

A film about the legendary Greek hero, Jason, and his quest to find the legendary Golden Fleece.

The film differs from the actual Greek tale, but things like this are to be expected when adapting to film, the traditional tale might have been too long for film. 317 more words