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bmead | Movie and Film Reviews (MFR)

Author: bmead

From Dusk Till Dawn

Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez are two of the most original voices in film working today.  In 1996 they teamed up to make From Dusk Till Dawn, a wildly inconsistent, but mostly entertaining vampire thriller with a script...

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Bad Day at Black Rock

John Sturges’ Bad Day at Black Rock is a detective story wrapped up in a Western setting.  All the elements for a Western are present including the stranger coming into town full of men (only one woman in the picture), noticing...

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Rescue Dawn

World renowned film director Werner Herzog is one of the most unique voices in the history of film.  His work mainly focuses on obsessed characters with a bit of madness inside of them (some claim that is very similar to the...

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Hard Eight

There are very few movies that can successfully keep an audiences attention strictly with dialog and even fewer directors who can consistently do it.  Paul Thomas Anderson is certainly a director who has shown his abilities with...

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A Hard Day’s Night

From the opening frame of A Hard Day’s Night, the screen pulsates with energy.  The Beatle’s first foray into the medium of film is exciting, original, and simply takes your breath away.  That opening sequence consists of the...

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