Of Mice and Men (1939) Classic Movie Review 5

Of Mice and Men Lon Chaney Jr. and Burgess Meredith

I am starting a new line today based on Burgess Meredith from In Harm’s Way (1965). Today’s movie is Of Mice and Men (1939). The original story was written by John Steinbeck and was set during the Great Depression. One of the interesting things about this movie is that it…

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In Harm’s Way (1965) Classic Movie Review 4

In Harm's Way (1965)

For In Harm’s Way (1965) we are still continuing the Bruce Cabot line from King Kong (1933). I love this movie. It’s all about redemption and second chances. It also shows how important getting breaks from friends are. The title of this film comes from a quote by Revolutionary War captain…

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McLintock! (1963) Classic Movie Review 3

McLintock! (1963)

  Today’s movie McLintock! (1963) continues the Bruce Cabot line from King Kong (1933) with a review of the McLintock! (1963) which is a classic John Wayne cowboy flick. This review goes over the major characters and give a plot summary with SPOILERS. It also give a final summary of the…

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Chisum (1970) Classic Movie Review 2

Chisum (1970) John Wayne and Ben Johnson

  Today’s movie is Chisum (1970). Chisum (1970) is a classic John Wayne cowboy flick. When I say it is classic John Wayne it is similar to many of his other films. New York Times film critic Howard Thompson[1] stated “Forget substance. Settle for color and commotion and you won’t feel…

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King Kong (1933) Classic Movie Review 1

King Kong (1933)

  For my first movie review, I am taking on the king of them all – King Kong (1933). This is the king, see what I did there, of all monster movies and set the bar for what was to come. This movie used innovative techniques such as glass paintings,…

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