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Classic Review: Jacob's Ladder (1990)

Jacob’s Ladder is a high dive into the fractured mind of Jacob Singer; a divorced Vietnam War veteran who carries the mental scars of war and the loss of his youngest child with him. 1,052 more words


Welcome To Me

Dir: Shira Piven , 2016


A rather off film that is faintly reminiscent of  The Truman Show.

A lottery winner with a personality disorder, Alice Klieg (Kirsten Wiig) spends her fortune on creating a TV show that she stars in and delivers autobiographical monologues about her life, with actors acting out past scenes. 180 more words

5 selected - Tim Robbins

A cherub faced star with an ability to take on difficult and energetic roles, Tim Robbins has made some blinding performances over the last couple of decades… 578 more words


The Hudsucker Proxy (1994)

The Hudsucker Proxy (1994): written and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen with Sam Raimi; starring Tim Robbins (Norville Barnes), Jennifer Jason Leigh (Amy Archer), Paul Newman (Mussburger), Charles Durning (Hudsucker), and Bill Cobbs (Moses): … 304 more words

Thursdazed and Confused - The Player (1992)

It’s no secret that politics seeps its way into every industry, and that the doings, dealings and personalities all behind them can be purely toxic. Though we’d like to buy into the romantic fiction that major Hollywood studios are fully committed to the art of filmmaking, and hell, perhaps they all are, if there’s anything that must come first, it’s the bottom line. 703 more words


Happy Year's End

For those staying in tonight, the Old Life movie recommendation for New Year’s reflections is Hudsucker Proxy, the fifth movie that Joel and Ethan Coen made. 376 more words

Being Human

Finally Watched... Green Lantern (2011)

I, Hal Jordan, do solemnly swear to pledge allegiance… to a lantern, that I got from a dying purple alien in a swamp.

So obviously I have heard a lot of not so great comments surrounding this movie, which is why it has taken me so long to watch it – but I will remain as impartial as possible. 312 more words

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