Continue reading Angry Young Men, Bertolt Brecht, British New Wave, cinema vérité, Claire Bloom, documentary, Dogme 95, Franco Zeffirelli, Free Cinema Movement, French New Wave, Jean Vigo, John Grierson, John Osborne, Kael Reisz, Kitchen Sink Drama, Lindsay Anderson, Look Back in Anger, Mary Ure, Richard Burton, The Taming of the Shrew, Tony Richardson Relative newbie Al Pacino entered the public’s conscience in Godfather (1972) as well-intentioned, reluctant gangster heir Michael Corleone.
Just because you would leave work early and drive to the next city on siphoned gas to get laid doesn’t mean a thing to her.
I started to wonder if there were any other couples “out there” like me.
[For more, check out: AMWF the Unfinished Wikipedia Article] Thankfully, the internet is a wonderful place that connects people from all walks of life. AMWF stands for Asian Male, White Female, meaning couples composed of an Asian Man and a White Woman.
Continue reading Pedestrian Oscar polls have been sent. Quibbling about domestic supremacy in the Best Picture category continues.
Championing great “foreign” films may be a broken record, but with enough fight, maybe the status quo will change. Continue reading During my UPenn ugrad Nazi Cinema course, Fritz Lang stuck in my memory due to his powerful M (1931) showing with a shockingly chubby Peter Lorre.