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Film Review of Casablanca: Beautiful Romances in Paris, Bittersweet Memories in Casablanca, and Brave Journeys to Brazzaville and Lisbon
Love and romance are unforgettable when they overlap. But the overlap can take second place to friendship and solidarity. Will respect or romance, trust or truth decide who leaves with whom in “Casablanca”?
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Film Review of The Maltese Falcon: an Ancient Statuette, a Beautiful Stranger, a Conscientious Investigator, a Dead Partner, and Eating Disordered Collectors
Precious gems and metals bring out the best and worst in people. A one-of-a-kind bejeweled golden figurine inspires both. What and who will be left standing as bodies fall, money flows, and suspicions fly in “The Maltese Falcon”?
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The 1956 remake of The Man Who Knew Too Much is the oft-neglected Alfred Hitchcock thriller in his shining career. Despite obvious criticisms and contrasts between the new version and the dark 1934 British production, the remake deserves recognition as a worthy adaptation.