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"GREENSHAW'S FOLLY" (2013) Photo Gallery



Below are images from "GREENSHAW'S FOLLY", the 2013 adaptation of two Agatha Christie short stories - the 1960 story of the same title and the 1932 short story, "The Thumb Mark of St. Peter". The television movie starred Julia McKenzie as Miss Jane Marple: Read more...Collapse )

"NORTH AND SOUTH" Trilogy Locations



Below are images of locations used in the television adaptation of John Jakes’ "NORTH AND SOUTH" Trilogy. The three miniseries aired between 1985 and 1994: Read more...Collapse )

"CAMILLE" (1936) Review





"CAMILLE" (1936) Review

I am about to confess to something many might regard as sacrilegious. I have never regarded Greta Garbo as one of my favorite actresses from the Golden Age of Hollywood. I had nothing against her . . . personally. But I realized that I could barely recall any of her movies that were personal favorites of mine. Because of this, I was very reluctant to do a re-watch of one of Garbo's most famous films, "CAMILLE". Read more...Collapse )

"THE LAST TYCOON" (1976) Photo Gallery



Below are images from "THE LAST TYCOON", the 1976 adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's 1941 unfinished novel that was published posthumously. Directed by Elia Kazan, the movie starred Robert DeNiro as Monroe Stahr: Read more...Collapse )

The MCU and Its Spider-Man Fetish





THE MCU AND ITS SPIDER-MAN FETISH

I have a confession. I am getting tired of the media pushing this idea that the MCU "needed" Spider-man. I get it. The media has been churning out these articles on behalf of Disney Studios and Marvel Films. But I find this mindset disturbing. The media and many of the franchise’s fans are wallowing in this belief that without Spider-man, the MCU will fall apart. What? The franchise had survived and THRIVED for eight years without Spider-man. What was this sudden need for him? Read more...Collapse )

"BATMAN BEGINS" (2005) Review




"BATMAN BEGINS" (2005) Review

When Christopher Nolan’s reboot of the BATMAN franchise had first made its debut during the summer of 2005, many critics and moviegoers hailed it as the second coming. They also viewed it as a vast improvement over the four films released between 1989 and 1997. Since then, "BATMAN BEGINS" has been overshadowed by its 2008 sequel, "THE DARK KNIGHT". After a recent viewing of the 2005 movie, I must admit that I have a deeper attachment for it than I do the 2008 movie. Read more...Collapse )


Below are images from "THE LAST TYCOON", Amazon Studios' 2016-2017 loose adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's 1941 unfinished novel that was published posthumously. Developed by Billy Ray, the limited series starred Matt Bomer as Monroe Stahr: Read more...Collapse )




"JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 3 - PARABELLUM" (2019) Review

I have seen all three films in the "JOHN WICK" franchise so far. All three of them. However, "JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 3 - PARABELLUM" is the first film I saw in the movie theaters. And it is the first I have reviewed for my blog. Read more...Collapse )

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