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Film A Week Podcast Episode 45: "American Graffiti"

“Someone wants me. Someone roaming the streets, wants ME… Will you turn the corner?”

Hosts Serg Beret and Patrick Raissi head up to Modesto, California to hang out on the final night of summer with Ronny Howard, Richard Dreyfuss and a young Harrison Ford in George Lucas’ beautiful ode to small town Americana, 1973’s “American Graffiti.” Listen as the hosts discuss the film’s humor and genuine charm, Ford’s turn as Bob Falfa and a discussion on the affects of personal nostalgia. 140 more words


I'm Like Bogie, But Cooler

James Rubart says many interesting things. Which is a good thing, since he is a writer of such big selling books as The Chair and… 750 more words


Chevy Chase, Andie MacDowell, Richard Dreyfuss & More Topline Netflix Comedy Film 'The Last Laugh'

Emmy winner Chevy Chase (National Lampoon’s Vacation franchise), Andie MacDowell (Groundhog Day), and Oscar winner Richard Dreyfuss (Close Encounters of the Third Kind… 176 more words

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Film Review - Close Encounters of the Third Kind (re-release)

Steven Spielberg’s 1977 masterpiece Close Encounters of the Third Kind has returned to UK cinemas in a very limited run. I have now seen this on the big screen in a variety of formats, including 70mm, 35mm and now digital 4K, but the fact remains that any big screen viewing is at least twenty times as powerful as watching it on television. 1,290 more words


The 4K Blu-Ray Of ‘Close Encounters Of The Third Kind’ Makes Another Great Case For Physical Media

To this day, I’m always kind of shocked by the scenes filmed in India in Close Encounters of the Third Kind, mostly because they are so different than anything else in the movie. 1,000 more words


Close Encounters of the Third Kind - Film Review

STARRING: Richard Dreyfuss, Melinda Dillon, Teri Garr, Bob BalabanGary Guffey & Francois Truffaut.

WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY: Steven Spielberg

1977 proved to be a defining year for science fiction. 760 more words


My Favorite Scene: Stand By Me (1986) "The Train Dodge"

While Stephen King will always be thought of as a “horror author”, I think King’s best works are his short stories.  These have produced as many movies as his novels (and a better batch overall).   301 more words