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Gone with the Wind (1939), Victor Fleming

Thematically controversial and visually arresting, Victor Fleming’s 1939 Gone with the Wind, isn’t exactly the most accurate of motion pictures, but the scope of its storytelling, and the psychological insights it displays about a flawed but compelling heroine, are admirable indeed. 947 more words

[Last Film I Watch] My Cousin Rachel (1952) [6/10]

Title: My Cousin Rachel
Year: 1952
Country: USA
Language: English, Italian
Genre: Mystery, Romance, Drama
Director: Henry Koster
Screenplay: Nunnally Johnson
from the novel by Daphne du Maurier… 558 more words

Film Review

The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938)

A jolly pantomime of bold colour and epic proportion, The Adventures of Robin Hood sets a gold standard for moralist movie entertainments and escapism in general. 229 more words

Out Of The Past

Smithsonian National Museum of American History Part 2

During my recent trip to Washington D.C., I checked out several historical sites and museums.  One of the places I re-visited was the Smithsonian National Museum of American History (check out my original post… 134 more words

Places I Visit

Past Imperfect - #294

Bette: “Olivia, girlfriend, hold up a minute…”

Olivia: “God, this fried rice is so good. This is better than winning an Oscar.”

Bette: “You’ve got my hair caught in your chopsticks.” 58 more words