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Manhattan Melodrama (1934)

Manhattan Melodrama is a love story. It’s the first Powell and Loy film but this time the focus is on the fraternal love of two men who grew up as brothers, before following different paths as adults. 473 more words


Evelyn Prentice (1934)

This one isn’t funny… but then it isn’t supposed to be. Of the first four Powell-Loy films, three of them were not comedies.Evelyn Prentice is a melodrama. 447 more words


Double Wedding (1937)

I wonder what could happen in a film called “Double Wedding”? Well, here’s a clue: William Powell is a free spirit living in a caravan. He’s charming and a self-professed painter, writer and director. 141 more words


Ticats-Redblacks: Game Essentials

Redblacks vs. Tiger-Cats

This will be the third consecutive game against the Tiger-Cats for the Redblacks and the third in four for the Tabbies, who received a last-play game-winning field goal from Justin Medlock to beat the Argos 25-22 in the East semifinal. 254 more words

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Another Thin Man (1939)

Well, it had to happen eventually. Looking at other reviews, the Thin Man series followed a gradual downward slope from the excellent original. I was pleased to find the second adventure as enjoyable as the first. 429 more words


I Love You Again (1940)

Love Crazy was such a great film that the temptation to binge and go straight back to Powell and Loy was too great. I pride myself on my self-control, but… it’s far more effective when I actually want to exercise it. 762 more words