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Private Life   9/12/20
by Gideon58
As solid as Richard and Rachel's marriage is and their commitment to having a family is, we can't help but see this marriage beginning to crumble under the surface.

Down by Law   9/11/20
by Diehl40
Many of his movies seem to be slice of life stories (not even the most exciting slice) that may seem boring to most movie audiences.

An American Werewolf in London   9/11/20
by Gideon58
David (David Naughton) and Jack (Griffin Dunne) are American college students hitchhiking through London when their are attacked by a rabid wolf, that bites David and murders Jack.

A Soldier's Story   9/10/20
by Gideon58
Despite a sluggish quality to the direction, 1984's A Soldier Story is the emotionally charged film version of a stage play that was basically In the Heat of the Night with a dash of A Few Good Men that was so well acted it did receive an Oscar nomination for Best Picture.

The Cruel Sea   9/10/20
by John-Connor
Solid on all fronts, it's on the BFI's Top 100 British Films list and made two of my own lists; top War films and top 1950s films.

I Am Chris Farley   9/10/20
by Gideon58
Most everyone involved here agreed that the real essence of Chris Farley was in that segment of "The Chris Farley Show" where he interviews Sir Paul McCartney.

All the President's Men   9/10/20
by Diehl40
Alan Pakula, the director, made a movie that was bogged down in the investigative details, into an exciting piece of work through his use of timing, and the more technical aspects of the film.

The Thin Blue Line   9/09/20
by Diehl40
He shows how the police likely targeted Adams because he was the right age for a death sentence, while Harris is still a juvenile; how Grigson based his testimony on minimal interaction with Adams; and how most of the evidence that convicted Adams came directly from Harris mouth.

Deliverance   9/09/20
by Gideon58
Though it was hardly his first film appearance, Burt Reynolds became an official movie star with his 100-megawatt performance as Lewis, but for my money, the acting honors in this film have to go to Jon Voight, whose full-bodied and emotionally charged Ed should have earned Voight his second Oscar nomination.

Malang   9/08/20
by ashdoc
The task of stopping him is upto Agashe ( Anil Kapoor ) , a cop who terrorizes gone case criminals after snorting drugs himself to forget the killing of his daughter by a drug peddling criminal....the film is awash in drugs .


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