Three years after Nicholas Ray made his directorial debut with 1948’s They Live by Night (which I wrote about here), he made On Dangerous Ground (1951), starring Robert Ryan and Ida Lupino. Written by Gerald […]
It’s not often you come across a story centering around infidelity that is portrayed as sweet and innocent, deserving of the respect and empathy of its audience. In film, especially classics, adultery is typically met […]
In the supernatural comedy I Married a Witch (1942), director René Clair serves up an irresistible potion consisting of revenge, sex, politics and romance. Based on the novel The Passionate Witch by author Thorne Smith, […]
Aside from George Cukor’s visually stunning musical masterpiece My Fair Lady (1964), Pygmalion (1938), directed by Anthony Asquith (with Leslie Howard receiving co-director credits), is the only other significant film adaptation of George Bernard Shaw’s […]
While we wait for the Biden Presidential Victory to finally be announced, Jill Blake and Wade Sheeler present a diversion to keep your thoughts away from the Trump S#^t-show by offering our picks for great […]
Jill Blake and Wade Sheeler accept they can’t go anywhere anymore, so they program the best screenings for their virtual backyard drive-in and suggest movies and shows you should stream — all from the safety […]
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