Monthly Archives: April 2020

Untimely Movie Review: Bullitt

Bullitt, the next film in the Warner Brothers 50 Film Collection, is the perfect palate-cleanser after the fantastic but mystifying 2001: A Space Odyssey. Rather than exploring existential questions of humanity and our place in the universe, Bullitt is quite simply an action-packed … Continue reading

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Untimely Movie Review: 2001: A Space Odyssey

For about 25 minutes, there’s not a single line of dialogue in Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. Yet, Kubrick, using only a phenomenal, classical score (WHOOOO!) and striking, brutal, beautiful, and sometimes alarming visuals produces a remarkably well-told story. As a … Continue reading

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Untimely Movie Review: Cool Hand Luke

With my renewed, pandemic-commitment to reviewing the Warner Brothers 50 Film Collection, I moved on to the next film in the collection, Cool Hand Luke. Like Doctor Zhivago and numerous other titles in the set, Cool Hand Luke is based on a book I’ve … Continue reading

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Untimely Movie Review: Doctor Zhivago

I thought there could be no better time to resume my on-again, off-again relationship with the Warner Brothers 50 Film Collection than during a global pandemic. In fairness to me, the reason I hit pause after the most recent few … Continue reading

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