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57 blogs about Movies.

  1. Anthony Balducci's Journal
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    Beautiful AI Ladies for February 2024
    By abaldu8246, 6 words
  2. Apocalypse Now
    It's alright! It's alright! It's all been approved! I'm an American! By Scøut. 🇺🇸 More info

    My 101 Favourite Films of 2023
    1. Close Your Eyesby Victor Erice"The unluckiest filmmaker in the world," was how Ben Sachs described Victor Erice. The funding cut or witheld entirely for projects realized and unrealized, years without financing, dear friends dying …
    By Scout Tafoya, 6,748 words
  3. Art of the Title
    Dedicated to title sequence design in film, TV, and beyond. By Lola Landekic. 🇨🇦 More info

    Top Five: Chloe Okuno
    Chloe Okuno’s Top FiveChloe Okuno is an American director and screenwriter from Los Angeles. She has directed the feature film Watcher (2022), which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and the segment "Storm Drain" for …
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  4. The Arts of (Slow) Cinema
    it's very important to make the film a real psychological process. (Béla Tarr). By Nadin Mai. 🇫🇷 More info

    Innocence – Guy Davidi (2022)
    These words that I’m writing, I hope they don’t reach anyone. Words that won’t reach a world that would only persecute them. Tomorrow I’ll learn to kill legally. Birth is not an act of being. …
    By Nadin Mai, 61 words
  5. At the Pictures
    About cinemagoing in the past. By Lawrence. 🇬🇧 More info

    Grief in the Cinema
    ‘It’s coming on Christmas, they’re cutting down trees.’ Do you know that Joni Mitchell song? ‘I wish I had a river I could skate away on?’ It’s such a sad song, and not really about …
    By Lawrence, 1,984 words
  6. Binocular Shot
    A tribute to movies that misrepresent how binoculars work. By Javier Arce. 🇪🇸 More info

    The Killers (1964), directed by Don Siegel
    The Killers (1964), directed by Don Siegel
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  7. blast-o-rama.
    blast-o-rama is the online home of Marty Day. 🇺🇸 More info

    Are We Mentally Prepared for Mars?
    The New York Times: That people will travel to Mars, and soon, is a widely accepted conviction within NASA. The target date for the initial human mission has drifted slightly — in a 2018 report …
    By Marty Day, 275 words
  8. Blog - The Film Experience
    Awards, Actresses and Cinematic Musings. By Nathaniel Rogers. 🇺🇸 More info

    Best Supporting Actor Ballot, Theirs and Mine.
    by Nathaniel R OPPENHEIMER Last time we discussed TFE's second favourite category (Best Supporting Actress)... or is it actually our favourite category given how often we speak of it? (hmmm). Now it's time for the …
    By NATHANIEL R, 144 words
  9. Blood Knife - Editorial Archives
    A digital magazine about cyberpunk, sci-fi, horror, neon, knives, blood, and capitalism. More info

    REVIEW: Foe (2023)
    Tense, emotional climate science-fiction that doesn’t quite come together by Kevin Fox, Jr. This piece was written during the 2023 SAG-AFTRA strike. Without the labor of the actors currently on strike, the film being covered …
    By Kevin Fox, Jr., 1,178 words
  10. Brandon's movie memory – Deeper Into Movies
    This is not film criticism, just my thoughts on what I’ve watched, how I felt about it, and what other interesting information and opinion I found elsewhere. More info

    Rotterdance 2024 shorts
    Don’t Go Tellin’ Your Momma (2021, Topaz Jones & Rubberband) Alphabet of sketches, like The ABCs of Death, but of Black culture in Montclair NJ. Each letter-sketch is a different approach, from wordless avant one-shots …
    By Brandon, 368 words
  11. Breakfast In The Ruins
    Far Out Isn't Far Enough. More info

    New Movies Round Up # 2:Horror.
    Sea Fever (Neasa Hardiman, 2019) As far as niche sub-genres go, sea-bound eco/survival horror is generally a good bet, and this modest, primarily Irish indie production takes a pretty convincing shot at it. It’s a …
    By Ben, 3,138 words
  12. Bright Lights Film Journal
    Pop reviews and in-depth analyses of current and classic films from around the world. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Bringing Down the Establishment: The Graduate and End of the Road: A Dialogue
    The subsequent dialogue between the two films developed after much negotiation and cajoling. They were inclined to be hostile to the other. I tried to inform them about their common[...] The post Bringing Down the …
    By Robert Castle, 65 words
  13. Cartoon Brew
    Animation News, Animated Cartoons. 🇺🇸 More info

    Watch The First Teaser For ‘MouMoush – The King Of Plastic,’ An Ecological Fantasy Feature With A Time-Traveling Twist – Exclusive
    'MouMoush' representatives will pitch their project at Cartoon Movie in Bordeaux, France, kicking off on March 5.
    By Jamie Lang, 38 words
    Film Journalism by Kimberly Lindbergs. 🇺🇸 More info

    Oh Nellie, My Nell: Remembering Julie Harris 1925-2013 in The Haunting
    “Hill House has stood for 90 years and might stand for 90 more. Within, walls continue upright, bricks meet, floors are firm, and doors are sensibly shut. Silence lies steadily against the wood and stone …
    By Kimberly Lindbergs, 67 words
  15. Cinema Citizen
    An AWFJ blog by Jennifer Merin. 🇺🇸 More info

    SEAGRASS – Movie Review
    Canadian writer/director Meredith Hama-Brown’s debut feature, Seagrass, is a moody drama about a troubled interracial couple — Judy (Ally Maki) is Canadian-Japanese and Steve (Luke Roberts) is White — who vacation with their two young …
    By Jennifer Merin, 60 words
  16. Cinemasparagus
    writings by craig keller. 🇺🇸 More info

    An Unsung Masterpiece Rediscovered: Viewing NotesAdapted from Émile Zola's novel, this definitive movie version of Nana [Jean Renoir, 1926] is a masterpiece, the longest Renoir film, and restores one of the master's earliest successes to …
    By craig keller., 231 words
  17. CineVue
    Film reviews and more. By Christopher Machell, et al. More info

    Baftas 2024: Our predictions
    With the UK’s most prestigious film awards returning this weekend (Sunday 18 February), it’s time to enter into a round of foolproof predictions on who will win at the 77th Baftas. The Baftas are traditionally …
    By CineVue, 76 words
  18. Coffee coffee and more coffee
    Peter Nellhaus Film Criticism and Review. 🇺🇸 More info

    The Carpetbaggers
    Edward Dmytryk - 1964 KL Studio Classics BD Region A There is an inspired moment in The Carpetbaggers where the camera rests on the entry to a bathroom in a mansion. George Peppard is seen …
    By Peter Nellhaus, 558 words
  19. Crazy Walls
    Yarn time! By Phil Gyford. 🇬🇧 More info

    “Does that look straight to you?”
    “Does that look straight to you?”By Will McPhail at the New Yorker.(Thanks, Russell)
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  20. Critic After Dark
    Filipino films, Hollywood, science fiction, fantasy, action, horror, comedy, French, Korean, Chinese, silent, DVD, streaming, other bizarre creatures. By Noel Vera. More info

    David Bordwell (1947 - 2024)
    David Bordwell (1947 - 2024) I remember him in the Hong Kong Film Festival, always at his preferred spot: first row, at the exact center, the screen filling his eyes.I remember talking to him in …
    By Noel Vera, 226 words