Monthly Archives: February 2018

Elizabeth Taylor in ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’

Elizabeth Taylor is the kind of actress that could easily qualify as the number one representative of classic Hollywood stardom and financial success. Along with her considerable attributes as a businesswoman and humanitarian, Elizabeth Taylor was a stunning beauty. Taylor … Continue reading

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Part Five of ‘The Invisible Man Vs. The Human Fly’

Once again, it’s time for the film voted least likely to win an Academy Award have been seen by anyone before this. I certainly hope not! πŸ™‚ Without further delay, here’s Part Five of The Invisible Man Vs. The Human … Continue reading

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My Book Review of ‘10,000 Ways to Die’

I’ve been a fan of Spaghetti Westerns for a long time. But, up until now, the Spaghetti Western began and ended for me with the great director Sergio Leone. I knew there were others, but was blissfully unaware of their … Continue reading

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Part Four of ‘The Invisible Man Vs. The Human Fly’

Yes, once again, it’s time for another part of a barely comprehensible bizarre unique sci-fi/crime/post-atomic/fantasy/horror (?) B-movie. Please feel free to suggest a genre for this film! πŸ™‚ Check out my film reviews by clicking here!Β And please share this post! … Continue reading

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My Review of ‘Baby Driver’ (2017)

I chose to see this movie under the impression that it was a heist film with music. It is an action/crime film crossed with a musical. It also employs some of the most over-the-top and unlikely special effects and scenarios … Continue reading

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The Face On the Lunchbox

Originally posted on Taking Up Room:
IMDb There have been a lot of famous last words spoken throughout history. John Lennon’s aunt famously told him, “A guitar is nice, but you’ll never make a living with it.” Neville Chamberlain waved…

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Part Three of ‘The Invisible Man Vs. The Human Fly’

Once again, we have an awful awesome treat for you on this lovely Saturday! πŸ™‚ It’s Part Three of The Invisible Man Vs. The Human Fly! I’m not sure exactly how to describe this movie. It simply must be seen … Continue reading

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Raymond Burr for the Prosecution

As a Canadian-born actor, it seems a little ironic that Raymond Burr would wind up playing the iconic American defense attorney Perry Mason. But, as one who grew up watching Burr as the good guy lawyer who (almost) never lost … Continue reading

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Solo: A Star Wars Story Trailer Review

Originally posted on MILLENNIAL MOVIES:
With not long until the movie comes out, many movie pundits and fans began to wonder when we would get a first look at the Star Wars spin off movie about young Han Solo. The…

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It’s Part Two of ‘The Invisible Man Vs. The Human Fly’

Hello there! I’m afraid happy to say that we’re back again with Part Two of this most peculiar unique movie! Yes, it’s Part Two of The Invisible Man Vs. The Human Fly! πŸ™‚ I’m also astonished and thrilled to say … Continue reading

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