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Ride in the Whirlwind (1966)

Anyone who takes the time to search out this movie whether the reason is a young Jack Nicholson who wrote, helped finance, and starred in this western or because it’s directed by cult favorite Monte Hellman,  they probably already know it was shot consecutively with The Shooting. 782 woorden meer

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The Shooting (1966)

Crime films, westerns, and horror. It’s easy to see why these genres make arguably the best B-pictures, all things considered. It lies in their ability to deliver thrills with minimal capital and a bit of inspiration. 635 woorden meer

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Book vs Movie -- One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

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As you are probably aware, there are many books that have been turned into movies, and, there are probably many more movies that were inspired by books. 1.307 woorden meer

One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest

THE SHINING: 2018 FILM CHALLENGE

It’s week two of my 2018 film challenge and this week is:

A film based on a book.

In the spirit of me trying to catch up on classic films I’ve never seen, this week’s new-to-me film is: … 629 woorden meer

Something's Gotta Give (2003)

STORY – 1
DIRECTOR – 0
ACTOR – 1
MUSIC – 0
CULT – 0

Verdict – 2/5

Pros –

1) A textbook romantic movie from Nancy Meyers – An odd couple, initial hiccups, a rough patch and final happy ending in Paris… 48 woorden meer

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You can't handle the truth

Whenever I say the line ‘You can’t handle the truth’, the tone of arrogance, attitude and anger automatically becomes part of my speech. Such was the impact of the powerful performance given by Jack Nicholson as ‘Colonel Jessup’ in the movie ‘A FEW GOOD MEN’. 393 woorden meer