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  • The Great Movies and Music Cafe Screen Play Challenge

    Great Movies Music Cafe Screen Play Challenge

    I was brushing my teeth last night when I happened upon an idea. I thought, now that I have the odd faithful reader or ten, maybe I should try a challenge. Read more

    The 12 May 2014 by   Thomasjford
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  • The Glass Menagerie (1973)

    Glass Menagerie (1973)

    Four years after The Lion in Winter, Anthony Harvey and Katharine Hepburn re-teamed on The Glass Menagerie (1973). This classy television adaptation of Tennesse... Read more

    The 13 May 2014 by   Christopher Saunders
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  • Nick's Pick: The Room

    Nick's Pick: Room

    Film: Nick’s Pick: The Room Format: DVD from NetFlix on rockin’ flatscreen. This is the fifth in a series of monthly reviews suggested by Nick Jobe at Your Face. Read more

    The 19 May 2014 by   Sjhoneywell
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  • Bombs Away

    Bombs Away

    Film: Twelve O’Clock High Format: Streaming video from NetFlix on laptop. So the goofy post titles are back. Final results were 13 in favor, 3 against, and 3 wh... Read more

    The 13 May 2014 by   Sjhoneywell
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  • Hannah Arendt

    Hannah Arendt

    Intellectuals make difficult movie subjects. How does a director make thinking, writing and debating esoterica compelling? Margarethe von Trotta's Hannah... Read more

    The 24 May 2014 by   Christopher Saunders
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  • #1,371. How Hitler Lost the War (1989)

    #1,371. Hitler Lost (1989)

    Directed By: Robert Denny, David HoffmanStarring: Norman Rose, Adolf Galland, Hans Adolf JakobsonTag line: "Told from veterans on both sides of the War"Trivia:... Read more

    The 18 May 2014 by   Dvdinfatuation
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  • The Thousand Eyes of Dr. Mabuse

    Thousand Eyes Mabuse

    For his final movie, Fritz Lang returned to his native Germany and a character who'd twice served him well. Fittingly perhaps, The Thousand Eyes of Dr. Mabuse... Read more

    The 31 May 2014 by   Christopher Saunders
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  • Amistad

    Amistad

    (1997) is Steven Spielberg's most schizophrenic film. When focused on its central story - the plight of 53 slaves tried for piracy and murder - it's remarkably... Read more

    The 07 May 2014 by   Christopher Saunders
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