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The Odd Couple

I’d heard about the TV series and the movie awhile back, and decided to watch it today. I was in a bit of a serious mood and didn’t want to bring myself down to tears by watching one of the many dramas my friends have recommended, when I stumbled along this- although I have to stay, opening with the topic of divorce and suicide, even if lightened with some physical slapstick, makes for pretty heavy fare too. 92 more words


The Stake Podcast - Charade

Charade. 1963. Audrey Hepburn, Cary Grant, romance, thriller, comedy, directed by Stanley Donen. Perhaps its a surprise that Charade led to our most combative episode yet. 82 more words

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Movie Wisdom - Patricia Neal Edition

When all of the grading is over, I am going to watch A Face in the Crowd, a movie that I have seen a bunch of times. 245 more words


JFK (1991)

Director – Oliver Stone

Starring – Kevin Costner, Gary Oldman, Tommy Lee Jones, Kevin Bacon, Sissy Spacek, Donald Sutherland, Joe Pesci, Michael Rooker, Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau, John Candy… 21 more words

Film Reviews

Lonely Are the Brave: when Kirk Douglas wants to break free

Lonely Are the Brave is the story of a powerful and captivating struggle, embodied by Kirk Douglas, between freedom and the greatness of nature on the one hand, and modernity and law enforcement on the other hand. 673 more words


Walter Matthau + Tim Robbins 1995

“I.Q.”  WALTER MATTHAU + TIM ROBBINS. Interview by Elisa Leonelli. (c) GIOIA, Italy. May 13, 1995

The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974)

An amusing and smart-mouthed thriller, The Taking of Pelham One Two Three is an amusing and often biting picture by Joseph Sargent. This 1974 movie is based on the 1973 novel of the same name by Morton Freedgood and features a screenplay by Peter Stone. 650 more words