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Review: The Connection

Title:                         The Connection

Certificate:               15

Director:                   Cedric Jimenez

Major Players:         Jean Dujardin, Giles Lellouche

Out Of Ten:              3.5

Look at the title of thriller The Connection and you get the distinct impression that there’s a word missing. 647 more words

Film Review

[Bea's Ranting Reviews] The Exorcist [1973]

Correction: LEE. J. Cobb (Lt. William Kinderman) I got my initials screwed around. XD

What else more needs to be said? The Exorcist deserves the reputation it has earned over time and every admiration it has garnered has been justified. 46 more words

Movie Reviews

Jade (1995)

Jade is a 1995 film from screenwriter Joe Eszterhas which could, in many ways, be seen as Basic Instinct-lite.

Again, like in Basic Instinct… 441 more words

Movie Review

The French Connection (US 1971)

The French Connection is the next ‘classic matinee’ screening at HOME in Manchester (next Sunday at 12.00 and Wednesday at 13.30). The logic behind this presentation (and… 944 more words

French Cinema

ZHN Ep. 1 "The Exorcist" (1973)

DOWNLOAD: Zerbinator’s Horror Nights Ep. 1 “The Exorcist” (1973)

In our first episode of “Zerbinator’s Horror Nights” we discuss the ultimate horror movie, “The Exorcist”. 54 more words

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Killer Joe (2012)

First published by movieScope

Drawn, like William Friedkin’s previous feature Bug (2006), from a play by Tracy Letts, this bucket of southern gothic is a Coen-esque caper of small-town double-crosses that starts off trailer-trash tawdry, before steadily gearing down into truly unhinged realms—even for the Texas hinterlands. 196 more words

The French Connection (1971)

William Friedkin’s crime thriller The French Connection is a crackerjack of a movie. It’s the first R-rated flick to win the Oscar for Best Picture and it’s one of the finest films in the genre. 718 more words