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The Best of the Best Pictures: Part 3

It shouldn’t be a surprise that Entertainment Weekly labeled the years 1967 to 1986 as the Age of Revolution when it put together its special Oscar edition this year. 508 more words

Academy Awards

Seduced by Mrs Robinson by Beverly Gray

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The Graduate was released in 1967 and won an Oscar for its director, Mike Nichols. Beverly Gray was at the same stage of her life as the young hero of the movie, Benjamin Braddock – just leaving college and part of a generation that was seeking something different to the plans their parents had made for them. 964 more words

Book Review

March Minimalist Challenge, Day 5

On day 5 of March, I turned to the recycle/reuse cabinet of my kitchen. And what did I find there? Plastics. Plenty of plain, plastic repositories for putting away paltry paraphernalia. 50 more words


The Adulterer

I was once involved with a married woman.  Not my proudest moment, but I was a nineteen year old virgin whose friends had convinced him that sex was the ultimate goal.  247 more words

Personal Life

Review: The Graduate at Dundalk Community Theatre

By Jason Crawford Samios-Uy

Running Time: Approx. 2 hours a 15-minute intermission

“Plastics.” If you are familiar with this one-word movie quote, you are familiar with one of the… 1,285 more words


God Can’t Use My Life

So much of my early life in the FG world was about how God was “using” my life then, or, was going to use my life in the future.  841 more words

18-07 Segment 1: The Graduate, 50 Years Later


Even after 50 years, The Graduate is a film that has managed to maintain a significant place in American culture for many generations. While its consistent popularity over time could be due to a number of factors, Beverly Gray, author of Seduced By Mrs. 223 more words

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