Category Archives: L

The Loft (2014)- Reviewed By Anita **

Flemish director Eric Van Looy gave it the ol’ college heave ho! Yet he failed. Five cheating married men (Karl Urban, James Marsden Wentworth Miller, Eric Stonestreet, and Matthias Schoenaerts) split the rent for a very high end up-town loft … Continue reading

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La Jetee (The Pier) (1962) – reviewed by George

This 28 minute film, widely regarded as a classic (and the basis for 12 Monkeys), consists of black&white still photographs which with score and narration, tell the story of a young boy who has been brought to the main pier … Continue reading

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London Has Fallen (2016) – reviewed by George

A series of dire headlines of terrorism around the globe start the film, which then centers on a young man, Kamran Barkawi (Waleed Zuaiter) reporting to his father, Aamir Barkawi (Alon Aboutboul) about killing a traitor, as his sister’s wedding … Continue reading

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Summer Nights in July, 2019 – Comment by Anita

So here we are mid-point of the summer and I have to say I’ve landed in a sort of bad TV rut. Analog has limited choices sometimes. Such as weekends and prime time week nights. Even my favorite network METV … Continue reading

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The Lost Boys (1987) Reviewed by Anita ***

The 80’s was a fabulous decade of hair bands, plastic everything, day-glow colors, and the  best vampire movie ever called The Lost Boys–directed by Joel Schumacher. Schumacher is the director who totally nailed the teenage vampire genre. He blended horror, … Continue reading

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The Last Voyage (1959) – reviewed by George

If you are looking for suspense that does not involve monsters or crazed killers, this is the film for you. Opening Narration paraphrased: The SS Claridon, proud and venerable, but old, very old. Thirty-eight years old, and she is scheduled … Continue reading

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Let’s Do It Again (1953) – reviewed by George

A musical comedy about a Broadway marriage: he writes musicals and she performs in them (just not his, as far as I could tell). The problem is he likes to stay away and make music with other singers, always chaperoned … Continue reading

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Carole Lombard in “Love Before Breakfast” (1936) – reviewed by George

Scott Miller (Preston Foster) is attracted to Kay Colby (Carole Lombard), but she’s in love with Bill Wadsworth (Cesar Romero), who happens to be juggling two girls: Carole and a girl from show biz. Scott has a lot of contacts … Continue reading

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Cheyenne: Season One, Episode 15 “The Last Train West” (1956) – reviewed by George

” Cheyenne” and “Gunsmoke” both premiered in September 1955, together being so successful that they started a flood of TV Western series: “Maverick”, “Sugarfoot”, snd “Wagon Train” in 1957; “Bronco”, “Lawman”, “Wanted Dead or Alive”, and “The Rifleman” in 1958; … Continue reading

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Larva (2004) – reviewed by George

A super new cattle food has been introduced to one relatively small ranching community by a large agricultural firm. With the new feed, cattle grow faster and put on an average of 12 pounds extra weight, which the ranchers love … Continue reading

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