Category Archives: Movie Reviews

My Review of ‘His Kind of Woman’ (1951)

This may be one of the most peculiar films noir I’ve seen. I mean that in the best sense, actually. Here’s the plot: Professional gambler Dan Milner (played by the awesome Robert Mitchum) has big problems. Believe it or not, … Continue reading

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‘The Night Walker’ (A Bad Movie Review) — Part Three

And, finally, here is Part Three of The Night Walker! Here’s a quick recap of what came before! 🙂 So, after Babs and Tall Hunk of Edible Flesh are joined in fake matrimony, who should arrive on the scene, but—yes!—Dr. … Continue reading

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‘The Night Walker’ (A Bad Movie Review) — Part Two

Are you ready for more of The Night Walker? Well, ready or not, here it comes! 🙂 Barbara eventually wakes up, unsure of whether her dreams are real or not. Which seems odd all things considered. But … whatever … … Continue reading

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Holiday Movie Suggestions (Part Two)

Let’s continue this cavalcade of holiday movie suggestions with two more great flicks for Turkey Day! 🙂 Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) While not (strictly speaking) a holiday movie, this comedy-drama begins and ends with a Thanksgiving dinner. So … … Continue reading

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My Review of ‘The King’s Speech’ (2010)

In all honesty, I wasn’t sure how I’d feel about this movie before seeing it. I don’t watch a lot of historical drama, and I’m not into the whole Merchant Ivory oeuvre. But this film isn’t just any historical, nor … Continue reading

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My Review of ‘Odds Against Tomorrow’ (1959)

In his introduction to this film on TCM’s Noir Alley, Eddie Muller said this movie is considered by some to be the last genuine entry into the classic film noir canon. Thus, it isn’t a big surprise to see the … Continue reading

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My Review of ‘Angel Face’ (1953)

People seem to go crazy over this movie, but frankly, I’m not one of them. Let’s look at the facts: In what is obviously someone’s attempt to kill a rich dame named Catherine Tremayne, she’s found overcome by gas leaked … Continue reading

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