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Criterion Collection: Aug. 2016 Titles

From investigating the phantom pages, it looks like the new Criterion Collection spines for August 2016 are: 101 more words


Notorious (1946)

There are no two ways about it. When you look at Sir Alfred Hitchcock‘s filmography, you divide his better works into two; his four big ones, and his eight great ones. 984 more words

Movie Review

Film & Food Friday: Notorious

If you couldn’t tell by reading the last two installments of F&FF I have a deep and abiding love of film. I do. Besides my love of cooking and vintiquing my love of film tops ’em both. 998 more words

Murder on the Orient Express (1974) or: How Albert Finney Can Save Your Movie

A great case-study in how one great performance can make a movie worthwhile. Murder on the Orient Express is exquisitely constructed. Director Sidney Lumet handles the sprawling cast with ease and constantly fills the frame with lush period-detail. 634 more words


Journey to Italy (1954)

Journey to Italy is the splintering of a relationship where the slivers of bitterness begin to wedge themselves under the skin. It’s like slow, painful, nagging torture. 572 more words

Long Review

Episode 2: Casablanca

For the second episode we’ll be visiting Rick’s Cafe Americain to discuss the 1942 movie Casablanca starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman.