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Podcast Nov 26 - Manchester by the Sea, Moonlight and Rules Don't Apply

Cory and Tristan were busy this week, as he caught several newer November releases, including:

Moonlight, Barry Jenkins’ moving and personal introspection into the life of a young gay black man as he grows up in a troubled world. 457 palabras más


Warren Beatty's Howard Hughes Movie is More About Himself Than it is About Howard Hughes

Movie Review: Rules Don’t Apply


PG-13 | 2h 6min

Director: Warren Beatty

Stars: Lily Collins, Haley Bennett, Taissa Farmiga

by Jason Koenigsberg

Warren Beatty is one of the most enigmatic and unique figures in Hollywood history. 1.021 palabras más

Movie Reviews

Bonnie & Clyde - Lovebirds

What’s odd is that Bonnie and Clyde took so many pictures. Pictures of themselves, their gang, their guns, their loot. They would have been social media sensations had it been 40 years later. 58 palabras más


Suzanne Vega’s Universe

Some people are feeling pretty low.  Now seems like a good time to visit the parallel but contemporary universe of Suzanne Vega.  I discovered her debut album in the discard pile of the first (and only) commercial radio station I ever worked at in Smithers, British Columbia.  602 palabras más

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Warren Beatty On A Hollywood Career Where Rules Don't Apply

By his own admission there are very few luminaries in his lifetime that Warren Beatty has never met. When you talk to him as I got to do recently one afternoon at his Los Angeles home, iconic names would come up and he would say, “Oh, did you know him?” He was asking about people like Orson Welles, George Stevens, Samuel Goldwyn. 2.766 palabras más

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Bonnie and Clyde

Bonnie and Clyde (1967) is a biographical gangster film directed by Arthur Penn, starring Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway. Warren Beatty also produced the film. The film is based on the story of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow who traveled through the states robbing and killing people with their gang in the 1930s. 438 palabras más

Film Review

Bonnie the poet.

Bonnie Elizabeth Parker and Clyde Chestnut Barrow are famous for their criminal activities. They were American citizens who traveled central America with their gang during the “Great Depression” robbing and killing whenever they deemed necessary. 1.151 palabras más