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Past Imperfect - #441

Marlon, center left: “Honey, these gentlemen would like to speak to you about our houseboy who went missing last night.”

Elizabeth, center right: “Why on… 209 woorden meer


The Sapphires: Australia's Vietnam Sing-a-long

Throughout the 70s and 80s American cinema gave us the Vietnam War film.  Often moving, difficult to watch and self-critical, directors began to explore the impact and lasting effect that the war in Vietnam had and continues to have on American people and culture.  462 woorden meer

2nd photo shoot with Aña Monique

Dean, Brando, Eastwood, Gibson . . . you can’t put them in a box. They all have this raw fire, this edge of craziness, pulsing just under the surface. 11 woorden meer

Isaiah Stratton

The Sidney Lumet Blogathon - The Fugitive Kind (1960).

Here is the latest entry in the Sidney Lumet Blogathon! The very erudite and multilingual blog Critica Retro takes on one of Lumet’s early films, the 1960 drama  86 woorden meer

REVIEW: Listen to Me Marlon (2015)


A Film Review

Copyright Dragan Antulov 2016

Hollywood screen biographies often cause a lot of complaints, especially among certain audiences that value authenticity among everything else. 450 woorden meer

Film Reviews

Past Imperfect - #427

Kim: “Now, Marlon, let’s not jump to conclusions here.”

Marlon: “How can I not jump? I come home from a hard day’s work of looking sexy as hell on the streets of New Orleans and I find… 149 woorden meer