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Mildred Pierce (1945)

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“Personally, Veda’s convinced me that alligators have the right idea. They eat their young,” says Ida Corwin to Mildred Pierce. Joan Crawford was let out of her contract with MGM in the early 1940s and subsequently looked for challenging roles.  … Continue reading

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Independence Day (1996)

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“Mr. Levinson, contrary to what you may have read in the tabloids, there is no Area 51.  There is no spaceship,” says President Thomas Whitmore to Julius Levinson.  Albert Nimzicki interrupts, “Uh…excuse me, Mr. President?  That’s not entirely accurate.”  David … Continue reading

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75 Years of Captain America: Captain America: Civil War (2016)

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“Oh, you’re going to have to take this to the shop,” says a shrunken Ant-Man.  Iron Man replies, “Who’s speaking?”  Ant-Man responds, “It’s your conscience.  We don’t talk a lot these days.” Marvel Studios’ Phase Two films (2013’s Iron Man 3 … Continue reading

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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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The Maltese Falcon (1941)

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“When a man’s partner is killed, he’s supposed to do something about it.  It doesn’t make any difference what you thought of him.  He was your partner and you’re supposed to do something about it.  And it happens we’re in … Continue reading

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Krampus (2015)

“Saint Nicholas is not coming this year.  Instead, a much darker, ancient spirit.  His name is Krampus.  He and his helpers did not come to give, but to take.  He is the shadow of Saint Nicholas,” says Omi. Michael Dougherty, … Continue reading

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Smithsonian National Museum of American History Part 2

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During my recent trip to Washington D.C., I checked out several historical sites and museums.  One of the places I re-visited was the Smithsonian National Museum of American History (check out my original post here).  Among the new film-related items … Continue reading