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Sarah Street notes of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger that much of their work seems to “relish all the visual and aural properties of cinema.” As Ian Christie argues that their films are “created out of no obvious cinematic tradition” and I Know Where I’m Going is no exception. The opening ten minutes display all the hallmarks of Powell and Pressburger’s oeuvre, their fondness of fantastical situations and dream sequences set up the disjointed narrative that the film progresses into. The introduction appears more akin to a Howard Hawks screwball comedy than a fantastical romantic saga set in the Outer Hebrides.
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Film Review of All About Eve: A Beloved Actress and Her Younger Boyfriend in The Way of an Eager Groupie and an Influential Critic
The skillful actress can play characters older and younger than herself. At a certain age, it nevertheless requires lots of imagination and make-up to be believable in younger roles. That also will be the age at which odds shift in favor of groupies and wannabes in the movie “All About Eve”.
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Are you lonely watching your favorite chick flicks? Have you longed for your hubby to watch movies with you? This article is for all women who desire to know step by step how they can lure their husbands into watching and loving chick flicks.
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A list of movies that do and don’t pass the Bechdel Test.
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A look at the women in the world of Action Movies. For those who want a fun opinion but are on the go without a ton of time for mainstream long articles.