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It was 1982 with the war in the Falklands in full swing when Honeybee sailed into my life. At the time she was showing Argentinian colours but no sooner were her grappling hooks in place than she ran up and broke out the dreaded skull and cross-bones of her native Sicily. 1,252 more words
Author : Sabhya Kumar
CAVEAT/WARNING : The Godfather is essentially not a movie for the faint hearted.
If you watch it, expecting to see mushy fluff in the manner of Sirius Black in Harry Potter, you will be sorely disappointed. 362 more words
Our last Sequelthon review looked at how James Cameron sustained the success of the Alien franchise after taking over the director’s chair from Ridley Scott. Both… 566 more words
Mechanical excellence is the only vehicle of genius.
Earlier this week, I picked up a copy of Strasberg at the Actor’s Studio, a collection of transcribed lessons from the legendary acting teacher Lee Strasberg, who is best known to viewers today for his role as Hyman Roth in…1,036 more words