TCMFF: Edward L. Cahn’s ‘Law and Order’ – Tombstone Style

‘Law And Order’ is a superior early Western talkie.… Read More TCMFF: Edward L. Cahn’s ‘Law and Order’ – Tombstone Style

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Top 10 Hollywood Films of the 1950s

Yesterday was Alfred Hitchcock’s 112th birthday, which I celebrated by watching Rear Window again. I also took the time to write another Top 10 list for TheCelebrityCafe.com, which covered the decade he dominated: the 1950s. I consider the ’50s Hollywood’s best decade and I could probably do an infinite list of the greatest films from that decade. Anyway,… Read More Top 10 Hollywood Films of the 1950s

“The Man Who Would Be King” (1975)

Directed by John Huston Devon Company/Allied Artists Pictures Corporation US, 129 minutes Starring Sean Connery, Michael Caine, Christopher Plummer In John Huston’s adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s short story, The Man Who Would Be King, two British adventurers decide to take advantage of a leader-less society by taking advantage of their questionable past experiences. Sure, these… Read More “The Man Who Would Be King” (1975)

Presidents Day Mini-Break = More Time For More Movies

As a note, I’ve added an index page so that you can easily access my full-length reviews. I visited my uncle over the Presidents Day weekend, giving me plenty of time to vegetate and do…what else?… Watch more movies!   Destry Rides Again – 1939, George Marshall – Universal DVD – Fun, bizarrely unique western with… Read More Presidents Day Mini-Break = More Time For More Movies