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When Faye Played Joan: Mommie Dearest (1981)

On paper, Mommie Dearest looked like an easy Oscar nomination for its leading lady Faye Dunaway. Fresh from a decade of career bests and a Best Actress trophy for Network (1976), Dunaway was on her A-game and was being recognized as one of Hollywood’s most well-rounded actresses. 814 altre parole


Little Big Man (1970)

The last survivor of the battle of Little Big Horn reminisces about his life in this offbeat comic western starring Dustin Hoffman.

The film obviously belongs to Hoffman himself as the entire story revolves around he and his life and he makes for an engagingly bemused anti-hero as he witnesses the atrocities and hypocrisies of the changing face of the old west; but what gives it real character is the supporting cast of oddballs who flit in and out of his sphere. 114 altre parole


The Wicked Lady - New Release Review

Faye Dunaway is a wicked lady indeed, seducing her sister’s fiancée on the eve of their wedding, going on to marry him and become the Lady Skelton, before soon getting bored of the life of a Lady and becoming a highwayman instead; along the way, she picks up a number of extra lovers, kills several inconvenient people, and just generally has harmless sort of larks, really. 368 altre parole

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3-Cimi: Change everything (29 June 2016)

Born on this day: Hugo Weaving (Matrix), Paul McCartney, Natalie Merchant, Faye Dunaway, Kurt Waldheim, Nick Swisher, Freeman Dyson (physicist)

1-Kan is a very social trecena. 333 altre parole

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Bonnie and Clyde

The Movie Snob takes in a classic.

Bonnie and Clyde  (B+).  I recently got to see a special screening of this 1967 release, directed by Arthur Penn ( 205 altre parole

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Best Worst Picture Bracket Game: Mommie Dearest Vs. Battlefield Earth

That wasn’t really close.  Battlefield Earth annihilated I Know Who Killed Me with over 80% of the votes.  That means you’re looking at our two finalists right here.   189 altre parole


The First Deadly Sin (1980)

Frank Sinatra returned to cinema screens for the first time since 1970 in a role he was comfortable with. That of a police detective. He had played one previously in 1968’s The Detective and as a private eye in a pair of late 60’s Tony Rome films. 568 altre parole

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