Category Archives: I

Inkheart (2008) – reviewed by George

There are people who can read a story out loud and bring the characters right out of the book – living and breathing. These people are called Silvertongues, and some don’t know they have this gift until it is too … Continue reading

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I Love You, Man (2008) – reviewed by George

This soft-R comedy (lots of R talk, not much R action) is really funny, and deals with an engaged couple, Peter Klaven and Zooey Rice (Paul Rudd and Rashida Jones), who have just set a wedding date: September 30 in … Continue reading

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In the Fade (2017) – reviewed by George

This German film begins with the marriage of a very happy couple, Katja and Nuri (Diane Kruger and Numan Acar) Sekerci. They met in college where Nuri, a Turkish Kurd, majored in Business Administration, and sold hash for extra cash, … Continue reading

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Incendiary Blonde (1945) – reviewed by George

Kind of unusual to begin a biographical movie with the main character’s funeral, but that’s how they start this tale of the life and times of Texas Guinan (Betty Hutton), with her father (Barry Fitzgerald) and friend Tim Callahan (Bill … Continue reading

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If You Could Only Cook (1935) – reviewed by George

A wedding rehearsal is underway at the bride’s house. She’s very bossy and keeps telling the goom what comes next, as if he’s retarded (of course, he did ask, “What comes next?”) But we already know the groom, Jim Buchanan … Continue reading

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It’s Beginning To Look a Lot Like Christmas (2019) – reviewed by George

The citizens of Riverton, New Hampshire have voted to split into West Riverton and East Riverton, with the town square to be shared. Now each town has its own mayor and city council, and the two mayors are: for West … Continue reading

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Harold Lloyd in “I Do” (1921) – reviewed by George

This 25-minute film has only acting credits, so I got the rest (and some of the acting credits) from imdb.com. Thank you! Title card: “Some young men fall in love. Some go crazy from other causes. That feverish hour when … Continue reading

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Iceman (1984) – reviewed by George

This Arctic exploration by a team of American scientists involves Dr. Stanley Shephard (Timothy Hutton), an anthropologist, plus chemists, medical doctors like Dr. Diane Brady (Lindsay Crouse), and some other disciplines as well. They find something frozen in ice and … Continue reading

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Intruders (2011) – reviewed by George

This Spanish film, shot in London, Oxford, Madrid, and Segovia, tells the story of two young children, Mia (Ella Purnell) in London and Juan (Izan Corchero) in Madrid, who are haunted by a faceless monster Hollowface, who rather desperately wants … Continue reading

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Alastair Sim in “An Inspector Calls” (1954) and David Thewlis in “An Inspector Calls” (2015) – reviewed by George

Sheila Birling (Eileen Moore) and Gerald Croft (Brian Worth) are being given a small, family-only engagement party by her parents Arthur and Sybil Birling (Arthur Young and Olga Lindo). The only other guest is Sheila’s brother Eric (Bryan Forbes). The … Continue reading

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