A Fistful of Dollars (1964)

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A lone wanderer makes his way into town that has been divided between two gangs vying for control. He then decides to play the gangs off against each other so the town can… Continue reading

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Rob Roy (1995)

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Robert Roy MacGregor (aka Rob Roy, Liam Neeson) decides that he wants to expand his own cattle herd and borrows 1000 pounds from the Marquis of Montrose (John Hurt). In the process, the… Continue reading

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Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011)

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While testing a drug to cure Alzheimer’s on chimpanzees, Will Rodman (James Franco) discovers a side effect being dramatically increased intelligence in his test subjects. After an experiment goes wrong, Rodman’s company chooses… Continue reading

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Businessmen Husbands at the Movies

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What got me thinking about this was when I was with my sister when she¬†caught a bit of Sex and the City 2 (2010)¬†while channel-surfing (believe me, I’m every bit as embarassed to… Continue reading

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London Town

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Paul McCartney is arguably one of the most famous musicians of the latter half of the twentieth century, mainly due to having been the bassist for the Beatles as well as half of… Continue reading

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Comedies: From Silents to Talkies

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The year 1927 saw the release of The Jazz Singer, the first movie to be a talkie. Since then, movies started making the transition from silent to talkie. The roaring 20s had silent… Continue reading

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Goldfinger (1964)

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James Bond (Sean Connery) has just thwarted a drug-sponsored terrorist ring and is prepared for some R&R in Miami until he is told to investigate Auric Goldfinger (Gert Frobe), whom the British government… Continue reading

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