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Joan of Arc (1948)

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“You say that you are my judges.  I do not know if you are, but I say this: take care not to judge me wrongly, for in truth, I am sent by God, and you place yourself in great danger,” … Continue reading

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The Ten Commandments (1956)

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“A city is built of brick, Pharaoh.  The strong make many, the starving make few.  The dead make none.  So much for accusations,” says Moses to Sethi. One of the first big-name film directors was Cecil B. DeMille, who is … Continue reading

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Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964)

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“Why wouldn’t I tell him that his pure, darling little girl was having a dirty little affair with a married man?” says Miriam Deering.  Charlotte Hollis replies, “You’re a vile, sorry little bitch!” Bette Davis had an interesting year in 1964.  … Continue reading

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The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)

“You’re late,” says Frodo Baggins.  Gandalf the Gray replies, “A wizard is never late, Frodo Baggins.  Nor is he early.  He arrives precisely when he means to.” I wasn’t really familiar with J.R.R. Tolkien or his Lord of the Rings … Continue reading

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Joel & Ethan Coen: An Appreciation Part One

Joel and Ethan Coen are two of the best American filmmakers ever.  I’ve enjoyed their films over the years; they’re offbeat, humorous (especially at unexpected times), and noirish.  One of Joel’s early credits was working as an assistant editor on … Continue reading

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The Elephant Man (1980)

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“I am not an elephant!  I am not an animal!  I am a human being!  I…am…a man!” exclaims John Merrick. I’ve never been much of a fan of the circus.  I just couldn’t get into it.  As I got older, … Continue reading

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Those Oscar Missed Volume 1: Best Costume Design

The original Yards of Grapevine link: Those Oscar Missed: Best Costume Design Costume design is essential to every motion picture.  It can make or break a film; if done correctly it can make the viewer believe in the authenticity of … Continue reading