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The Paradine Case (1947)

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“I know what I’m talking about; what I say is true.  I know her.  And I will tell you one thing more, I will tell you about Mrs. Paradine.  She’s bad.  Bad to the bone!  If ever there was an evil … Continue reading

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Destiny (1921)

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Some of acclaimed filmmaker Fritz Lang’s best films were made during the silent era, including such masterpieces as Dr. Mabuse the Gambler, the two-part Die Nibelungen films Siegfried and Kriemhild’s Revenge, Metropolis, and Woman In the Moon.  Another Lang silent classic … Continue reading

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The King and the Mockingbird (1980)

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“Madame, you are looking at the happiest man in the world,” says King Charles V+III=VIII+VIII=XVI to the shepherdess.  The mockingbird interrupts, “But not for long!  Don’t try to escape.  All my birds are here, not to mention the rest of … Continue reading

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River of Grass (1994)

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“Man, I could shoot my way right out of here,” says Lee Ray Harold. I know of Kelly Reichardt through her directorial efforts Old Joy, Wendy and Lucy, Meek’s Cutoff (which I actually got to see on the big screen … Continue reading

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The General (1926)

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“If you lose this war, don’t blame me!” yells Johnnie Gray at the recruiter who rejected him. Buster Keaton is one of the greatest silent filmmakers of all time.  He is responsible for some of the best silent film comedies, … Continue reading

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The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943)

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“Do you remember, Clive, we used to say: ‘Our army is fighting for our homes, our women, and our children?’  Now the women are fighting beside the men.  The children are trained to shoot.  What’s left is the ‘home.’  But … Continue reading

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Psycho (1960)

“Oh, we can see each other.  We can even have dinner but respectably in my house with my mother’s picture on the mantel and my sister helping me broil a big steak for three,” says Marion Crane.  Sam Loomis responds, … Continue reading