The Razor’s Edge (1984) Classic Movie Review 164

The Razor's Edge (1984)

      Today’s movie is The Razor’s Edge (1984). This movie rates a low 6.6 on iMDB.com [1] and at rottentomatoes.com only 50 percent on the Tomatometer, but a fair 77 percent audiences’ approval. This is fairly accurate. The great film critic Roget Ebert said: In other words, this…

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Red River (1948) Classic Movie Review 163

Red River (1948)

      Welcome to today’s show, my name is John. As always you can subscribe to the show on Apple Podcast formally known as iTunes or follow the links to social media in the podcast show notes. So please subscribe when you are finished listening. You can also go…

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Cecil B. DeMille – From the Beginning

Cecil B. DeMille

Cecil B. DeMille Director Cecil B. Demille started at the beginning of the American film industry. His great directing and draconian style made a great impact on American film, Born: August 12, 1881 in Ashfield, Massachusetts, USA Died: January 21, 1959 (age 77) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA   Director  1914 Brewster’s Millions  1914 Rose of the…

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Daughter of the Dragon (1931) Classic Movie Review 162

Daughter of the Dragon (1931)

    Welcome to today’s show, my name is John. As always you can subscribe to the show on Apple Podcast formally known as iTunes or follow the links to social media in the podcast show notes. So please subscribe when you are finished listening. You can also go to…

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Mystery Street (1950) Classic Movie Review 161

Mystery Street (1950)

    Today’s movie is Mystery Street (1950). While Edgar Allen Poe invented the detective novel, this movie may be the grandfather of all television crime dramas[1]. This movie highlight, at the time, little known forensic techniques, as they attempt to solve the murder of a B-girl. Mystery Street (1950)…

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Forbidden Planet (1956) Classic Film Review 160

Forbidden Planet (1956)

      Today’s movie is Forbidden Planet (1956). Let’s get to this point right away. This movie is based on “The Tempest” by William Shakespeare. Yes, that Shakespeare. I will go into a little of this later on. This movie has a decent 7.6 rating on iMDB.com[1] and has…

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Three Strangers (1946) Classic Movie Review 159

    Today’s movie is Three Strangers (1946), and yes, it is another of the Lorre Greenstreet pairing. So, I’m a little obsessive. This Warner Brothers film is also known as Three Men and a Girl (1946). John Huston was one of the screenwriters, it was based around a statue,…

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High Road to China (1983) Classic Movie Review 158

High Road to China (1983)

      Today’s movie is High Road to China (1983). For some reason, this film is rated 6.0 on iMDB.com[1] and a 65 percent score by audiences on Rottentomatoes.com[2]. The great Roger Ebert killed this film in his review. Ebert stated: “High Road to China” is not a terrible…

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