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Two Sides Of The Same Coin (ep. 85) – Silver Streak

We’re kicking off a month of movies with the dual comedic genius of Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor. The first film on the list has a plot arc that mirrors a train’s speed – very slow to start, but eventually picks up speed until it’s barreling along by the end.


Charlie Wilson's War - Review


There’s a beauty to hearing the words scripted by Aaron Sorkin, knowing that they always move at a pace that keeps every scene moving at rapid fire, and paired together with the direction of Mike Nichols, the results are truly nothing more than satisfying. 714 more words

Film Reviews


I have been writing essays for the past month so I haven’t really had the time to write reviews or go to the cinema. While this may sound like I am making excuses for lack of regular uploads, which is something that I have never done (both excuses and regular content), this is important as it tells you that instead of watching new releases I have gone back to the classics that I could find either in my University Library or on Netflix. 512 more words

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Film Review: Captain America (1990, dir. Albert Pyun)

I don’t read comic books. I’m not a big fan of superhero movies. I’m not particularly a fan of the Marvel movies we have been getting. 4,018 more words



“You have meddled with the primal forces of nature Mr. Beale …”

Network is a 1976 American satirical film written by Paddy Chayefsky and directed by Sidney Lumet, about a fictional television network, UBS, and its struggle with poor ratings. 133 more words


It always impresses me when a person of small stature has command. – Ned Beatty http://ift.tt/1qFXXm1

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