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Nosferatu (1922)

SCORE: 4/5

Director: F. W. Murnau

Released: March 4, 1922 (Germany Theatrical Release)

Date watched: ~2009

Fans of the horror genre will immediately note that Nosferatu has served as the template outline for nearly all films in the monster horror genre. 61 more words

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The Artist: A Throwback to Old Hollywood

I’ve thought a lot about silence this week. Yes, silence, the suddenly and seemingly unending lack of sound in a noisy world. Silence is a phenomenon that is both welcome at time and downright frightening at others. 2,741 more words

The Circus (1928)

SCORE: 5/5

Director: Charlie Chaplin

Released: January 6, 1928 (US Theatrical Release)

Date watched: Many times over many years, first seen in 1990’s

The Circus, alongside  78 more words

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The Gold Rush

This is a great movie that was made in 1925 by Charlie Chaplin. It has two of Chaplin’s most famous scenes in this movie…Dance of the Dinner Rolls and when Charlie and his partner get so hungry in a cabin that Charlie cooks his shoe and they eat it. 309 more words

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7/18/18: Daily Post

Yesterday was a fun day.  JoAnna and I walked to campus and had lunch in the CU Boulder dining hall (C4C).  There was actually quite a few food options for her, so we had plenty to eat. 78 more words

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The Return of Nosferatu

So, after the very successful ‘BACK TO BASICS‘ concert last Friday, this evening the Isle of Axholme Orchestra has one final rehearsal before the summer break. 142 more words

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Prompt #21: A Silent Movie

This is one of my favorite prompts and I’m so excited for it!

Silent movies are a thing of the past… literally. Before a single iconic quote was uttered on screen, before sound editing / mixing were given their own awards, before talkies shocked audiences as state-of-the-art cinema, a man and his piano were the only thing you’d hear to accompany a film. 1,015 more words

Rae's Movie Challenge 2018