Monthly Archives: September 2018

Werewolf of London (A Bad Movie Review) — Part One

In what may or may not have started a great tradition, I’m going to mix in some more bad movie reviews along with the captioned serialized B-movies. So, let’s get to it, shall we? ๐Ÿ™‚ Are you ready for the … Continue reading

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‘Smash-Up’ — Part Seven (The Last Part)

It’s with great relief a heavy heart my duty to announce that this will be the last part of the movie Smash-Up. All I can say is, it’s been real weird. So, without further ado, etc., here’s the final insult … Continue reading

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My Review of ‘Wind River’ (2017)

Iโ€™ve been wanting to see this movie ever since its release. The fact that itโ€™s a Western (neo-Western, if you want to get technical) and a mystery involving Native American versus federal jurisdiction intrigued me. And Iโ€™d heard such great … Continue reading

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TELLING STORIES WITH STYLE: THE TROPES OF TARANTINO

Originally posted on The Cinema Fix presents::
TELLING STORIES WITH STYLE: THE TROPES OF TARANTINO **CONTAINS MOVIE SPOILERS** Quentin Tarantino is a powerhouse of cinema. He has proved consistently, since his debut film Reservoir Dogs (1992) right up to his…

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Part Six of ‘Smash-Up’

Only two more parts to go in this tedious puzzling unique film that’s kind of like A Star is Born crossed with Not Without My Daughter, except not really. ๐Ÿ™‚ Anyway, here’s Part Six!

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My Review of ‘The Locket’ (1946)

This movie puts the definite lie to the notion that screenwriters shouldnโ€™t use flashbacks to tell stories. The Locket is notable for its multiple and multi-layered flashback scenes. The story opens with a woman named Nancy (played by Laraine Day) … Continue reading

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Part Five of ‘Smash-Up’

Hello! Here it is again. Another part of this most dramatic musical interesting film noir/drama. With a weird feminist subtext, no less! ๐Ÿ™‚ And, on that note, let’s get on with the show!

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