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Excalibur (1981)

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“Now, once more, I must ride with my knights to defend what was, and the dream of what could be,” says King Arthur. The King Arthur legend has been the subject of many TV miniseries and feature films (even a … Continue reading

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Scorsese Collects Exhibition

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On May 30th, the Museum of Modern Art in New York City opened a new exhibition called Scorsese Collects.  The exhibition is a celebration of director Martin Scorsese’s enduring commitment to the preservation of international film culture.  34 posters from Scorsese’s … Continue reading

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The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)

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“I just can’t take no pleasure in killing.  There’s just some things you gotta do.  Don’t mean you have to like it,” says the old man. It’s hard to believe that one of the most influential horror films of all … Continue reading

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Stanley Kubrick: A Cinematic Odyssey Part Three

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(continued from Stanley Kubrick: A Cinematic Odyssey Part Two) The next Kubrick film I saw at the IFC Center was 1958’s Paths of Glory.  I had actually missed out on a screening of this film back in November 2004 at MOMA, … Continue reading

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Stanley Kubrick: A Cinematic Odyssey Part Two

(continued from Stanley Kubrick: A Cinematic Odyssey Part One) It would be over a year before I got to see another Kubrick film on the big screen.  The Museum of the Moving Image held its annual NY Film Critics series … Continue reading

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Stanley Kubrick: A Cinematic Odyssey Part One

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Any true cinephile is aware of the name Stanley Kubrick and the 13 feature films he contributed to the history of cinema.  When it comes to writing about Kubrick, I’m often not sure what exactly to write about.  That is … Continue reading

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50 Years of Bond: ‘Goldfinger’ Exhibition

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I finally found some time to go to the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) here in NYC.  I was unfortunate to miss the “Century of the Child” exhibition (thanks a lot, Hurricane Sandy; I really wanted to see the props … Continue reading