Tag Archives: Movie Reviews

My Review of ‘Pepé le Moko’ (1937)

Okay, this is very much a film noir, especially since it’s a French film and they invented the term and it does apply here. It’s not a bad film. It takes about a half hour for much to happen, which … Continue reading

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My Review of ‘The Wicker Man’ (1973)

Okay, I’m trying to conjure the right words to talk about this movie. And you should know that this review will be FILLED with SPOILERS. Because that’s the only way I can truly warn you express my thoughts and feelings … Continue reading

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‘The Land Unknown’ (B-Movie Review) – Part Two (1957)

  This week we dispense with this wrap up the two-part series review of the B-movie The Land Unknown. And here’s Part One, if you really want to suffer you’re interested. And, as time goes by, their clothing slowly disintegrates … Continue reading

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My Review of ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ (2012)

I actually recorded this video review years ago, but am only now posting it here! It’s a bit like going back in time watching it! 🙂 Hi, Debbi Mack here reviewing Zero Dark Thirty, a movie I finally got to … Continue reading

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My Review of ‘The Glass Key’ (1942)

This movie, based on the novel by Dashiell Hammett tells the story of a political fixer and social media manager marketing manager helpful assistant named Ed Beaumont (played by Alan Ladd). Ed provides his services to a really bad person … Continue reading

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A Video Review of ‘Black Angel’ (1946) and Full Movie

For this week’s review, Séan Weathers and I share our opinions on the 1946 film noir Black Angel in the latest of our video chats! That’s followed by the movie in its entirety! Enjoy! 🙂

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My Review of ‘Royal Wedding’ (1951)

This is a fun film if you like musicals, even if parts of the story are ludicrous some of the plot seems unlikely or weird. Let me explain. What we have here are the brother and sister dancing team of … Continue reading

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My Review of ‘Destination Murder’ (1950)

  This picture starts off with a guy catching a movie with his date. The kid man, Jackie Wales, leaves to get popcorn during the intermission. (Remember those?) But he actually leaves the theater, goes to someone’s house (a guy … Continue reading

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My Review of ‘The Last Black Man in San Francisco’ (2019)

This movie starts with a black man shouting like an activist street performer. We are in San Francisco, by the bay, but it’s not the touristy part. Two guys are watching the shouting man, while waiting for a bus. This … Continue reading

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My Review of ‘Gun Crazy’ (1950)

When I think of film noir classics, Gun Crazy doesn’t immediately spring to mind, in the way that higher-profile examples like Double Indemnity or Out of the Past do. Nonetheless, the movie has achieved a certain status as, according to … Continue reading

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