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Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)

“A drowning man takes down those nearest.” I meant to watch Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf months ago due to the passing of Edward Albee, a terrific playwright who devised the original story and whose plays I have seen and often enjoyed. I never managed … Continue reading

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Birdman (2014)

“It’s important to me! Alright? Maybe not to you, or your cynical friends whose only ambition is to go viral. But to me… To me… this is – God. This is my career, this is my chance to do some … Continue reading

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All About Eve (1950)

“Funny business, a woman’s career – the things you drop on your way up the ladder so you can move faster. You forget you’ll need them again when you get back to being a woman. That’s one career all females … Continue reading

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Singin’ in the Rain (1952)

“Dignity. Always, dignity.” The Golden Age of Musicals. The 40s and 50s were an innovative period for both the stage and film in terms of musical storytelling. Coming from an early theatre background, I have a great deal of respect … Continue reading

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