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Bad Movie Night: The Blisteringly Overcooked Madness of 'Mommie Dearest'

Welcome to “Bad Movie Night,” a biweekly feature in which we sift through the remains of bad movies of all stripes: the obscure and hilarious, the bloated and beautiful, the popular and painful. 1.644 altre parole


Hell in a High-Rise: The Towering Inferno (1974)

The 70s was THE golden decade for catastrophe movies. Some of the best ones were made during back then. Think of Airport, The Poseidon Adventure… 2.412 altre parole

Eyes of Laura Mars- Day 4- 31 Days of Halloween

The campest horror film I’ve ever seen. Faye Dunaway, a supporting cast of gay fashion insiders (one of whom drags up to act as a decoy) and a theme song by Barbra Streisand. 57 altre parole


“Network”: A prescient film 40 years ahead of its time. – www.seanmunger.com

Network is a movie that amazes with its audacity, its resilience and its long-lived prescience. It’s almost incredible that it got made in the first place, still more incredible that it was a huge hit, and absolutely astounding that not only has it aged well after 40 years, but it’s probably gotten even  39 altre parole



Workplace comedy, media satire, smart and articulate dialogue – it’s little wonder that I loved this 1976 black comedy-drama about the TV network cynically exploiting a deranged former news anchorman for the sake of ratings. 420 altre parole


Glamourizing the beret

Berets are classics and for good reason.  Everyone can wear a beret but the trick is getting the angle right.  Just experiment with it: is it better dipping to right or left (very few people’s faces are symmetrical so the effect will be quite different). 64 altre parole