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Friday Box Office

How do you choose the perfect finale? How to say goodbye with a movie? Much head scratching has happened with the search for the perfect ending to our brief chapter […]

Friday Box Office

For this week’s post-Thanksgiving maladies, I’m prescribing 90 minutes of Brat Pack movie, courtesy of director, John Hughes. It was a toss up between “Sixteen Candles”(1984), “Pretty in Pink”(1986) and […]

Friday Box Office “Diva”

Our very first movie offering was the epitome of the French New Wave cinema. This week I offer you “Diva”(1981) – the epitome of 80’s “Post New Wave” and just […]

Friday Box Office

Just when I think you guys can’t surprise me any more; you go and do it again. It turns out that not one of my Thursday seniors (read: CDFP-5 337. […]

Friday Box Office

Sometimes I just need a fix of a truly bad movie to lighten the spirits and make life’s tribulations float away. When such times come a callin’, “Sextette (1978)” sits […]

Friday Box Office

Time to take a trip to Germany for our offering this week. “Der Himmel Über Berlin” (The Heavens Over Berlin) is the original title for Wim Wenders’ “Wings of Desire”(1987). (More true, […]

Friday Box Office

Based on E.M.Forster’s novel, “A Room with a View” (1985) holds a very special place in the space where my heart is situated. Back in my university days, this was […]

Friday Box Office

Image courtesy of imdb.com. Shhhhhh, Mama needs quiet! No talking back there. Just watch this movie: “The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari” (1920). Directed by Robert Wiene, it’s silent and German […]

Friday Box Office

Isabella Adjani and Gerard Depardieu in “Camille Claudel” (1988). This week – a biographic, double bill about two very different artists, who you may never have heard of. Both French women who […]

Friday Box Office

Divine in Pink Flamingos. Image courtesy of New Line Cinema. We’ve been far too tasteful for far too long. Too many beautiful people, in beautiful clothes, doing beautiful things, in […]