The Foreigner is a smart and entertaining foreign film that doesn’t feel all that foreign. The veteran acting of Chan and Brosnan carries the film’s dialogue, emotion, and action. I doubt this film will be successful enough to grant a sequel, but I wouldn’t mind seeing a part 2 if it came. via The Foreigner Review — Society Reviews
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I am absolutely delighted to have blogger extraordinaire, Linda Hill of Linda’s Book Bag as a guest on the blog today to share a little more #booklove. Linda is one of my favourite bloggers and she covers such a variety of books that I can;t wait to see her choices. But first off, lets learn […] via #BookLove: Linda Hill @Lindahill50Hill — Jen Med’s Book … Read More #BookLove: Linda Hill @Lindahill50Hill — Jen Med’s Book Reviews
MacArthur was one of the few theater commanders who welcomed black troops into his command. However, “colored” units in the Pacific were almost never employed in a combat role. One exception was 93rd Division. Despite the skepticism of many senior commanders, the division had performed satisfactorily in training and in the Texas-Louisiana maneuvers of 1943. The 93 Division was ordered to Hawaii in December … Read More African-American Soldiers of the Pacific War – Intermission Story (16) — Pacific Paratrooper
Directed by Marlon Brando Starring Marlon Brando, Karl Malden, Katy Jurado, Ben Johnson, Slim Pickens, Timothy Carey The AFI Silver Theatre in Silver Spring, MD, will run the gorgeous 4K restoration of One-Eyed Jacks (1961) on June 30th and July 1st. Both showings are at 4:10 PM. A fine way to spend an afternoon. via Screening: One-Eyed Jacks (1961) At The AFI Silver Theatre. — … Read More Screening: One-Eyed Jacks (1961) At The AFI Silver Theatre. — 50 Westerns From The 50s.
By Jordan and Eddie on 04/10/2017 With the release this week of the long awaited Blade Runner sequel, Blade Runner 2049, The Movie Guys pay tribute to Ridley Scott’s original classic, that despite its age of almost 40 years, remains one of cinema’s most important films and a defining Sci-Fi masterpiece. With glowing early reviews […] via Blade Runner (1982): A Tribute & Retrospective — … Read More Blade Runner (1982): A Tribute & Retrospective — Jordan and Eddie (The Movie Guys)
Chris Marker’s groundbreaking short film La Jetée doubles, incredibly, as one of the most lyrical meditations on two time-honored themes: the end of the world, and time travel. These tropes have been recycled again and again in film, fiction, and television, of course. The Terminator is sent back in time to kill young John Connor, […] via Watching 12 Monkeys in a Post-9/11 World — … Read More Watching 12 Monkeys in a Post-9/11 World — Tropics of Meta
Meet J.S. Graboyes, an illustrator of streets and urban scenes. via Illustrating Streets of the World: The Art of Jeremy Graboyes — Discover