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MOVIE REVIEW | Witness for the Prosecution (1957)

In a nutshell, Bored & Dangerous says: “It’s one thing when a bona fide genius blows you away in a way you knew they were capable of.  494 mots de plus


Walk Of Fame Inductees - April 2016

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In this new series of posts I’ll be selecting a Star at random from every decade (who was born in that decade) starting from the 1880s up until the 1990s to be interred in this land of magic and wonder, who will for ever more see their name set in stone far beyond the places where Gods dare to tread. 966 mots de plus

Walk Of Fame

Best picture winner 8: Mutiny on the Bounty (1935)

Directed by: Frank Lloyd
Screenplay by: Talbot Jennings, Jules Furthman and Carey Wilson
Starring: Clark Gable, Charles Laughton, Franchot Tone
My rating: 7/10
IMDb rating: 7.8/10… 611 mots de plus


The Maureen O'Hara Poster Gallery

If I’m to think of an Irish themed article on St. Patrick’s day I could focus on leprechauns, pubs and hills of green as television has me believing it’s what I’d find if I ever visit Ireland. 264 mots de plus


Why ‘Spartacus’ is still an important Kubrick film despite its troubled production history

It’s hard to imagine that one of the greatest and most influential directors of all time had to, at one point, go through a similar experience as James Cameron did during the making of… 1 238 mots de plus


The Night of the Hunter: Expressionist cinema at its finest

Charles Laughton, one of the greatest of movie actors, has enjoyed an illustrious career both in British cinema as well as in Hollywood. He was responsible for delivering some of the most memorable characters that moviegoers had the pleasure of knowing. 676 mots de plus


Watching With Warner: THE BARRETTS OF WIMPOLE STREET (1934)

Things have been a bit slow around here on the blog.  Life got a bit hectic in the last two months and so I didn’t have the time that I wanted to watch movies to blog about.   1 210 mots de plus