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Spartacus (1960)

Kirk Douglas stars as a gladiator who instigates a rebellion and forms an army of slaves to challenge the might of ancient Rome.

The best of the swords and sandals epics of yesteryear, this is also probably Stanley Kubrick’s most mainstream work although it still contains more adult material than most. 119 more words

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Cash McCall (1960): Film Review

Let me break down the anatomy of film for you. There are great films, there are good films, there are bad films, and there are odd films. 1,466 more words

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An American In Paris

Jerry Mulligan (Gene Kelly) is an American WWII expatriate barely eking out a living as a painter in Paris with his composer friend and neighbour Adam (Oscar Levant). 1,390 more words

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An American in Paris (the movie and the play)

If you haven’t indulged in any format of this lovely work, let me warn you: You’re going to be conflicted.

An American in Paris is a lovely piece of art, any way you consume it, but as a female in the year 2016, I couldn’t help but cringe. 547 more words

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Friday, September 15, 1972: Cry of the Werewolf (1944)


Synopsis: Dr. Charles Morris (Fritz Leiber) operates a museum of the occult, located in the former mansion of a famous Gypsy queen named Marie LaTour.  Dr. 998 more words