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Bobbed Robert

MGM’s 1941 opus Rage in Heaven starts right out by attributing a quote to Milton that’s actually from Congreve: “Heav’n has no Rage, like Love to Hatred turn’d.” Not the most encouraging portent, I’d say, if you’re botching quotes. 1.803 cuvinte mai mult


Casablanca (1942)

*Note: There will be spoilers in this review

This classic film takes place during World War II. Where Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) owns a club in Casablanca and unexpectedly runs into his ex, Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman), and her husband, Victor Laszlo (Paul Henreid). 378 de cuvinte mai mult


Movie: Casablanca (1942) #OscarThrowback

As with all movie or book blogs, there will be spoilers.

Let me start by asking this: How did a movie that premiered in NYC in 1942 qualify for a 1944 Oscar? 3.118 cuvinte mai mult

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(Check out my previous film noir essay here: The Chase. Or other Hitchcock essays here: Foreign Correspondent, Strangers on a Train, and Frenzy… 995 de cuvinte mai mult


Ingrid Bergman's Swedish Years

It was an honour to write the booklet essays for this Eclipse box set from Criterion, featuring Ingrid Bergman’s early Swedish films. All my essays are… 6 cuvinte mai mult

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Under Capricorn (1949) - reviewed by George

After a couple of weeks off, we’re back with a Hitchcock review. His 36th film is not suspenseful at all. It’s a weird tale of new jealousy and old love, and Hitchcock filmed it in England, though it’s set in Australia in 1831. 524 de cuvinte mai mult