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Lawrence of Arabia

content discovered on Monday, August 24, 2015 in classic cinema, friends, world events

The Blind Spot is an ongoing series hosted by The Matinee in which bloggers watch and write about movies they've never seen before. For a list of past entries,visit the home site.Lawrence of Arabiaseen @ The Museum of the Moving Image, Astoria NYIn my writing group, there's this delightful woman named Jennifer who is not only a very good writer, but is a big old movie fan. As you can imagine, we've become pretty good friends. Hitchcock is her particular favorite director, but her tastes are pretty wide-r...

Dr. Strangelove

content discovered on Friday, August 21, 2015 in classic cinema, comedy, education, filmmaking techniques, movie makers, outdoor venues, visual art

Dr. Strangelove, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bombseen @ "Movies With a View" @ Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn NYIf I were to pick one word to describe the films of Stanley Kubrick, I would pick "tense." Even in a comedy like Dr. Strangelove, there's a palpable sense of tension that Kubrick always knew how to generate. I've always thought it was the result of his cinematography - the way he framed certain shots and then held them, shooting long takes with minimal cross-cutting. It look...

Regal Cinemas attacks symptom, not disease, wit...

content discovered on Thursday, August 20, 2015 in movie industry, sociology and politics, world events

Regal Cinemas has started checking bags in the wake of two separate movie theater attacks this summer.The move from the country’s largest theater chain comes amid a larger debate about safety measures that has provoked calls for metal detectors and armed guards. Most major exhibitors haven’t followed suit. While National Amusements has banned backpacks in its theaters, insiders say most chains are hesitant to institute bag checks.On its website, Regal acknowledged that the move could inconvenience some c...

'Preacher' and John Wayne

content discovered on Wednesday, August 19, 2015 in blog a thons, books, movie stars, philosophy and religion

The TCM Summer Under the Stars Blogathon is a month-long event corresponding with the Turner Classic Movies annual presentation, in which each day in August is devoted to the films of a different classic film star. The blogathon is hosted by Journeys in Classic Film. For a complete list of participating blogs, visit the host site.Preacher was one of the greatest comic book series of the 1990s, acclaimed by a wide variety of pop culture critics and one of the titles that firmly established the fledgling D...

#TCMParty: Monkey Business (1931)

content discovered on Monday, August 17, 2015 in classic cinema, comedy, social media

So last Friday night, the 14th, marked a return for me to the #TCMparty, the Twitter feed in which fans of the classic film network Turner Classic Movies (TCM) congregates virtually to live-tweet during movies aired by TCM. As I've said before, I'm of two minds about live-tweeting: I dig the social aspect of experiencing a movie online with other movie fans, but I don't like dividing my attention between my TV and my cellphone - and while I enjoyed taking part in it, I'm afraid my attitude on this hasn't...

Gloria Swanson

content discovered on Sunday, August 16, 2015 in acting, blog a thons, movie stars, silent films

The Anti-Damsel Blogathon salutes inspirational women filmmakers and characters throughout film history, hosted by Movies Silently and The Last Drive In. For a complete list of participating bloggers, visit the links at either site.When I wrote about the film Sunset Boulevard, I had said that I used to think all silent film characters were like Norma Desmond, the iconic, fictitious movie star brought to life by Gloria Swanson. I might not have been too far off the mark when I wrote that. The nature of th...

Number five is alive!

content discovered on Saturday, August 15, 2015 in wsw

Five years of writing this blog? Doesn't seem possible! I know I keep saying every year at this time how I can't believe I got this far, but it's true - every time I think this is it, I'm not gonna be able to continue blogging, something inspires me to keep going. This year it's been the temporary format change. I know what it'll be next year... but I'm not ready to announce that yet.Once again, thank you so much for reading, whether you've been with me from the beginning or just discovered WSW. And don'...

Portrait of Jennie

content discovered on Wednesday, August 12, 2015 in blog a thons, classic cinema, fantasy, friends, movie stars, romance, visual art

The Barrymore Trilogy Blogathon is an event devoted to the legacy of the Barrymore clan, one of the most prolific acting families in film and theater, hosted by In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood. For a complete list of participating bloggers, visit the link at the host site.Portrait of JennieYouTube viewingAnyone with a passing familiarity with Greek mythology will know who the Muses were: nine goddesses who brought the gift of inspiration to artistic minds. Surprisingly, there wasn't one for vis...

Books: The Black Cat

content discovered on Monday, August 10, 2015 in blog a thons, books, horror

The 2015 Summer Reading Classic Film Book Challenge is an event in which the goal is to read and write about a variety of books related to classic film, hosted by Out of the Past. For a complete list of the rules,visit the website.The IMDB page for Edgar Allan Poe is much bigger than one would think. The 19th-century writer's work has never gone out of style when it comes to the movies, it seems, both foreign and domestic - whether it's direct adaptations of his stories or films "inspired by" him and his...

Douglas Fairbanks

content discovered on Thursday, August 06, 2015 in books, health, movie industry, movie stars, silent films

I've talked here before about Douglas Fairbanks as an actor. It's remarkable to see how much athleticism, verve, and charm he had in his movies. As one of, if not the first, action movie star, he brought a vitality to his films that's refreshing to see and rare to find in the modern, CGI-enhanced incarnation of the action film.By way of a for-instance, I watched The Mark of Zorro in preparation for this post, and he brings much of the same joie de vivre here that he did in the first movie I saw him in, T...

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