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    "Ace in the Hole" is (quite frankly) the bleakest and probably the most cynical Billy Wilder film I’ve ever seen. It is a biting critique of the American media circus and a solemn evocation of the nation’s weakening moral fiber. The story is about a scummy journalist named Chuck Tatum ...
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    It is this reviewer’s opinion that David Miller’s Flying Tigers is not a great film, but when one takes into consideration the time in which it was made, it becomes apparent that the picture served its purpose. In 1942, when the film was released, the United States was involved in World War II, ...
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    After viewing the catastrophe that is Manos: The Hands of Fate, I can now say that it is- without question- the worst movie that I’ve ever seen. There. Now there will be no suspicion as to what my true feelings about this movie are. Never before have I seen a film so completely fail in every aspec...
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    If there’s one thing that has to be said about Buster Keaton’s “The General”, it’s that it is pure movie magic. The film centers on a train engineer named Johnny Gray (Buster Keaton), his beloved train- for which the film is named- and his girl, Annabelle (Marion Mack). At the start, Keato...
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    New soil drinks crimson. Steel slicing cherry blossoms. All is bitterness....
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    Tiny beings live, Rejoicing and despairing. God's eyes are on them....
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    It is here in this report that I, a faithful and world-renowned historian, shall present to you the true story of the glorious President Ronald Higgins. Most have lived through his exciting years in office, but not all know of the inner workings of his presidency. As you may recall, before Presi...
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    The musical is not the type of film that’s made too often nowadays, and when it is made, it’s usually met with lukewarm reactions. If there was to be some kind of swell in movie musicals, though, Singin’ in the Rain would be the film to look to for points on how to make the musical the right w...
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    The Adventures of Robin Hood is not merely an excuse to showcase the gloriousness of Technicolor, rather, it is an extremely satisfying action-adventure picture with a lot of heart and energy. The story, of course, is based on the widely-known legends of Robin Hood (Errol Flynn), the sympathetic out...
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    Evil lurks in all the shadows of the Earth, and its grasp is inescapable. I believe this to be one of the central themes of Nosferatu, A Symphony of Terror. The story of Nosferatu is simple enough, but it takes on an especially chilling nature in the hands of F.W. Murnau. In the film, a real estate ...
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    Since its release in 1931, Frankenstein, as directed by James Whale, has been cited as a classic example of horror filmmaking. I, however, beg to differ when it comes to the overall quality of this picture. There is no denying that the film has a good reputation and one cannot refute the fact that i...
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    In North by Northwest, Alfred Hitchcock presents a handsomely-crafted chase film with tension and smarts to boot. The main character of the story is a New York advertising exec named Roger Thornhill (Played with quick wit by a middle-aged Cary Grant). Within the first ten minutes of the film, he is ...
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    With God’s eyes upon its simple exterior, the residence, its owner out to plumb the depths of distant seas, stood in quiet contempt. The winds- they battered the solemn figure and whipped about the proudly extending phallus, shrieking their wishes in harsh tones- unbefitting the contrasting will o...
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    Steel glints in bright sun. Instruments of fire are raised. Soldiers stand again....
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    The river in day appears to be tame. It's brown, subtle pull charms the naive man. Broken tree limbs float with no one to blame, And beyond the banks, the war drums began. Flooded was my mind with dark energy. Corrupted were my thoughts by worshipped speech. Night came with primal screa...
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    All a fury, the green wilderness buzzed with hurried friction. Bloody streams, their power expressed alongside grinding gears of clockwork, present a weary scepter in a long-forgotten dream. How disjointed, this dream did form- The lines of red reacting sourly with green. Taken in hand is ...
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    Branch heavy with snow. The wilderness is silent. Winter comes softly....
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    Through years and years, the fortress stands, Glancing over its aged moat to the mustard-yellow leaves beyond. And within the beast, a crackling fire, its warmth surrounded by icy stones. Up decaying stairways, down elastic corridors, a notorious tune sounds. And whilst conveying the grief of i...
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    A traveler caught in treacherous weeds Stops to think: "Should I proceed?" And crouching near with tainted mood, the lion views its frightened food....
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    High beams blur the light. Veins unleash reluctant blood. Death claims the helpless....
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    Thick air rolls in through open windows as our vehicle glides down a winding road. Like explorers in early times, we creep along, searching for that single place that completes the journey. Winds gust and skies darken in spite of our arrival. Emerald sails whip about while malicious clouds releas...
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    Deceptive white cloud Slices the eye of the moon. Gentle stars lament....
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    The sloping yellow pathway waits for eager travelers, And on its shoulders rests life aplenty. Wooden ropes cling to eternal columns, Longing to join the elders in their quest for open air. Off the path stands a grandfatherly figure, Waiting patiently for bewildered visitors to question its au...

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