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AS LITTLE AS POSSIBLE

Essay by Jeff Broitman

In the 42 years since it was released, Chinatown has become a part of the cinematic pantheon, and deservedly so. The film earns my respect and admiration because it is so layered and fraught with meaning and interpretation, so expertly executed without drawing attention to its artistry, and works as both an artistic statement and entertainment. 633 woorden meer

Chinatown review: Cynical, foggy and beautiful. The birth of film noir.

As a teenage film lover, modern genres speak more to me. It stems more from a lack of exposure because let’s face it, beautiful art is sometimes forgotten…They get cast away to the bygone fabric and age of ages past. 745 woorden meer

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The Electrician From 'The Shining' Has Some Great Memories About Stanley Kubrick

There is perhaps no major motion picture that has captivated audiences for as long as The Shining has while driving them all absolutely crazy. The… 319 woorden meer

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5-Akbal: That Night (27 April 2016)

Born on this day: Jack Nicholson, Steve Buscemi, Penelope Cruise, Anne Hathaway, Peter Gabriel, Ronan Keating, Elizabeth I of England, Andrei Gromyko

Yesterday was 4-Ik. The wind of communication and good ideas blew in all four directions, refining Imix’s raw intensity of the day before, and setting the boundaries (4) required to establish freedom of speech and movement. 199 woorden meer

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The Departed

Billy Costigan (Leonardo Dicaprio), a cop, goes undercover to gain access to Frank Costello (Jack Nicholson), a mobster. Whilst gaining his trust another member, Colin Sullivan… 115 woorden meer

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Honoring Beloved Moms in Popular Film and TV

Since Mother’s Day is just around the corner, I thought I would write about some of the best movie moms of all time.  But first, do you know the history of Mother’s Day? 538 woorden meer

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