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Entries Tagged as 'Gangsters and hoodlums'

In Dreams, You’re Mine

July 24th, 2011 · 3 Comments

“Talking about it was so important to that film. I think some people could despise it. If you don’t like the story or what it’s saying, then you just end up hating everything. It’s not a movie for everybody. Some people really dug it. Others thought it was disgusting and sick. And, of course, it […]

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Tags: Coming of age · Crooked officer · Cult favorite · Dreams and visions · Femme fatale · Gangsters and hoodlums · Interrogation · Murder mystery · Reckless Driver · Road trip · Small town

Not A Sin If No One Sees It

June 26th, 2011 · 1 Comment

“The interesting thing about Flesh+Blood is that when Paul was looking for music, he went to Luc Van de Ven, who has a record company, Prometheus Records, and he said, ‘What do you think, what kind of music should I use?’ and Luc played him Conan. That’s the score that took me to Paul. I […]

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Tags: Bathtub scene · Coming of age · Dreams and visions · Gangsters and hoodlums · Inventors and Tinkerers · Love Triangle · Military · Prostitute · Psychoanalysis · Sword fight · Woman in jeopardy

Fighting Imaginary Enemies

May 15th, 2011 · 2 Comments

Whoever said that talking about politics, religion or sex on a blind date was a bad idea could just have easily applied that rule to movies. Or maybe like Peter Venkman said, it’s more of a guideline than a rule. I caught two movies recently that were the flip side of the same coin: independently […]

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Tags: Ambiguous ending · Animation · Coming of age · Crooked officer · Documentary · Gangsters and hoodlums · Interrogation · Mother/daughter relationship