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On the Waterfront (1954, Elia Kazan)

On the Waterfront is relentlessly grim until the strangest moment in the finale. As the film finally reaches the point of savage, physical violence–it opens with the implication, but not the visualization of such violence–a supporting character (familiar but mostly background) makes a wisecrack. 306 woorden meer

Classics

Review - Listen to Me Marlon (2015)

Director: Stevan Riley

Starring: Marlon Brando

Stevan Riley’s documentary Listen to Me Marlon starts with the voice of Marlon Brando explaining how in the 1980s he had his head digitised, scanned with a laser and captured in a computer. 684 woorden meer

Reviews

Marlon Brando's Former Hollywood Home Could Be Yours For $3.5 Million

Any Marlon Brando fans out there?

You could buy the house he once partied in….IF you have 3.5million smackers.  Not ONLY was it designed by famed architect Paul Williams in but it was the center of a lot of wild Hollywood parties. 47 woorden meer

Shows

THE GODFATHER (1972)

Review by Derrick Carter

Running Time: 2 hours 55 minutes

MPAA Rating: R

Directed by: Francis Ford Coppola

Written by: Mario Puzo & Francis Ford Coppola… 895 woorden meer

Crime

Induced Coma review from Kenyon Review

ALL THE WORLD’S A DOCUFICTION: ON HAROLD JAFFE

Daniel Green, Kenyon Review

If any writer deliberately proceeded throughout his career to almost ensure his work would be ignored by critics and publishers, it would have to be Harold Jaffe.  2.069 woorden meer

Harold Jaffe

Throwback Trailer: Last Tango in Paris (1972)

Distraught following his wife’s suicide, American hotelier Paul (Marlon Brando) becomes transfixed by the beautiful younger Frenchwoman Jeanne (Maria Schneider) when he meets her by chance at an apartment both are attempting to rent. 36 woorden meer

Throwback Trailer

Video of the Week: "One-Eyed Jacks" trailer

This week’s video offering is another one from the archives. It’s a rather unusual trailer for Marlon Brando‘s sole directorial effort, One-Eyed Jacks (1961). It differs from most trailers in that it mixes stills with film footage, and in its length (almost 5 minutes). 17 woorden meer

Timothy Carey