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  1. I haven't stopped going to the movies. Good movies are still being made and I had recently saw one - the new *"HARRY POTTER"* film. And not all old movies are that good.
  2. *"ESCAPE FROM FORT BRAVO" (1953) Review* Years ago, I used to watch a great deal of old movies on late night television. My two favorite channels that offered these movies were Turner Network Television (TNT) and the American Movies Classic (AMC), which used to air movies without any commercial breaks. On TNT, I had stumbled across a Western movie originally released by MGM Studios in 1953 called ?ESCAPE FROM FORT BRAVO? (1953) and fell in love with it. After watching my recently purchased DVD copy of the movie, I could see why it became a favorite of mine. Directed by John Sturges du
  3. *?THE MALTESE FALCON? (1931) Review* The three versions of Dashiell Hammett?s 1930 novel seemed to have become a legend in Hollywood circles during the past decade. Many filmgoers are familiar with John Huston?s 1941 adaptation that starred Humphrey Bogart. However in recent years, these same movie fans have become familiar with previous adaptations of the novel. In 1936, William Dieterle directed a comic version starring Warren Williams and Bette Davis called ?SATAN MET A LADY?. And Roy Del Ruth directed the original adaptation in 1931, which starred Ricardo Cortez. It is this particular
  4. *"THE DIVORCEE" (1930) Review* I just watched *"THE DIVORCEE"* last night. This 1930 MGM film tells the story of a happily married couple, whose marriage crumbles under the taint of infidelity. This is the second time I have seen this film and again, found myself surprised at how much I enjoyed it. Norma Shearer portrayed Jerry Martin, a happily marrried New York socialite, who discovers that her husband, Ted (Chester Morris), had a drunken one night stand with some blowsy woman. She tried to pretend that it was bridge under the water and openly forgave him. But his infidelity continue
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