Tag Archive: classics

Classic Scene: Quicksand!

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Quicksand Blazing Saddles (1974) Directed by Mel Brooks The Scene: In the opening minutes of Mel Brooks’ masterpiece send-up of the Western genre, we are introduced to our hero Bart (Cleavon Little). He… Continue reading

Noirvember Review: Nightmare Alley

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Every November fans of cinema celebrate one of the most influential genres of moviedom, the film noir. This cinematic movement from the 1940’s through the 1950’s, presented audiences with edgy pulp crime flicks… Continue reading

Noirvember Review: Border Incident

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Every November fans of cinema celebrate one of the most influential genres of moviedom, the film noir. This cinematic movement from the 1940’s through the 1950’s, presented audiences with edgy pulp crime flicks… Continue reading

United Artists: 100 Years of Film

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In 1919, four major players in the film industry; DW Griffith, Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, and Douglas Fairbansdk, foresaw the increasing commercialization of the business as a detriment. Together they founded their own… Continue reading

20th Century Fox: Greatest Films

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Earlier this year one of the powerhouse studios in Hollywood, a former member of what was dubbed the “Big 6” (along with Warner Bros., Paramount, Universal, Columbia, and their current owner Disney) came… Continue reading

Greatest Legal Movies

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The courtroom is an incredible epicenter for drama. You have two opposing sides locked in argument sometimes with the fate of another human being at stake. This is why so many great films… Continue reading