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June 2021 Viewing Diary

La Notte (1961; d. Michelangelo Antonioni) Pauline Kael included La Notte in her infamous essay titled “The Come-Dressed-As-the-Sick-Soul-of-Europe Parties”. Now you can debate her on this opinion – and I think she’s off (although I think it’s a hilarious title). … Continue reading

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February 2020 Viewing Diary

Ted Bundy: Falling For a Killer (2020; d. Trish Wood) I can’t help it. I’ve been reading about Ted Bundy since I read Ann Rule’s book in high school. I hate him so much, but I can’t quit him. I … Continue reading

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Some Movies Just Hit the Sweet Spot

This is one of those movies.

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One last thing about Bill Pullman, and then I have to leave my house and go have a life:

I forgot for a second about Lost Highway – the not completely successful David Lynch film – in which he is the star. It’s a messed up film noir – terrifying, self-indulgent, annoying, whatever … I always liked it – … Continue reading

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More on Bill Pullman and Sandra Bullock:

to go along with this post. Or should I say epic?? Roger Ebert says in his review for While You Were Sleeping (a movie he really enjoyed in spite of himself): There aren’t many movie actors we simply like. Marilyn … Continue reading

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While You Were Sleeping, Or: Why, In 10,000 Words Or More, I Love Bill Pullman

I wanted to write a post about my love for Bill Pullman. I chose as a focus the film While You Were Sleeping. And … er…. things got a little out of control. This is basically a moment-to-moment analysis of … Continue reading

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