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Archaeology Corner: Deliverance

Deliverance is the ultimate “dam” movie. Okay, so there aren’t really that many films about dams, but they do include a couple of corkers, namely Larissa Shepitko’s difficult-to-find… 719 more words


Star Vehicle: Burt Reynolds in WHITE LIGHTNING (United Artists 1973)

Burt Reynolds labored for years in the Hollywood mines, starring in some ill-fated TV series (his biggest success on the small screen was a three-year run in a supporting role on GUNSMOKE) and movies (nonsense like SHARK! 858 more words

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Action Movie Fanatix Review: Superman (1978)

You’ll Believe A Man Can Fly.

Starring: Christopher Reeve, Gene Hackman, Marlon Brando, Ned Beatty, Jackie Cooper, Glenn Ford, Margot Kidder, Jack O’Halloran, Terence Stamp… 558 more words


The Big Easy (1986, Jim McBride)

There’s not much script structure like The Big Easy’s script structure. It’s an exceptionally constructed screenplay. The film’s great, but it all hinges on how Daniel Petrie Jr.’s script works. 668 more words


Network (1976)

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“I’m as mad as hell, and I’m not going to take this anymore.” who can forget Howard Beale’s (Peter Finch) exciting speech, that expresses the feeling of millions of viewers? 901 more words


Network (1976)

The article in English

“غضبي كجحيم مستعر، و أنا لن أحتمل كل هذا بعد اليوم.” من يستطيع نسيان خطاب Howard Beale (peter Finch) الحماسي، المعبر عن مشاعر ملايين؟ 47 more words


Superman 2 (1981)

Lois Lane finally realises that Clark Kent and Superman are one and the same, leading to his renouncing his powers to live his life as an ordinary man, not counting on the arrival of three Kryptonian super-criminals. 182 more words