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Word on the Street: Sam Raimi Will Direct ‘Doctor Strange’ Sequel + Other Movie News — 18 Cinema Lane

Before I start this Word on the Street article, I’d like to remind everyone that Thursday, April 16th, is the last day to cast your vote for the Best Movie and Story of the 2nd Annual Gold Sally Awards! The … Continue reading

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Take 3: The Crow Review — 18 Cinema Lane

Because this review is for the “Love Goes On” Blogathon, I decided to write an open letter to The Crow. I know this isn’t my usual style of writing reviews and I know I don’t usually post articles on a … Continue reading

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Take 3: Captain Sabertooth and the Treasure of Lama Rama Review — 18 Cinema Lane

After a brief break, I have, once again, decided to participate in MovieRob’s Genre Grandeur! For the month of May, the theme is “Reluctant Hero Movies”. I’m not going to lie, my choice of this review required some thought. After … Continue reading

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Take 3: Cyrano de Bergerac (1990) Review — 18 Cinema Lane

When I published my Hallmark Hall of Fame Reading Challenge last March, one of the literary works I listed was Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand. While I’ve never read the play, I was interested in seeing how Hallmark Hall … Continue reading

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Take 3: Never a Dull Moment Review — 18 Cinema Lane

Like I said in my Follow Me, Boys! review, I have several movies on my DVR. Most of these films were recorded last year or over a year ago. Last night, I chose to watch one of these films, which … Continue reading

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Take 3: Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939) Review (Clean Movie Month #1) — 18 Cinema Lane

1939; a year that many people have considered the “Golden Year of Film”. As I mentioned in my editorial, What the Code Means to Me: Breen, Hallmark, and Me, it seems like there was something for everyone at the cinema. … Continue reading

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Take 3: The Great Mouse Detective Review — 18 Cinema Lane

I will admit that before I signed up for the Suave Swordsman: Basil Rathbone Blogathon, I wasn’t familiar with Basil as an actor. However, I didn’t let this stop me from participating! While looking through his filmography, I discovered Basil … Continue reading

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4 Reasons to Watch Knives Out – A Movie Review — My Midnight Musing

Perhaps one of the most surprising hits of 2019, Knives Out is a brilliant whodunit that has quickly become one of the most engaging murder-mystery films to hit the big screen. Its box office acclaim has already secured a sequel, … Continue reading

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Rear Window (1954): A Timely Feature — Reely Bernie

Quarantine. Lockdown. Shelter in place. No one would have guessed such dystopian, sci-fi concepts would become a reality for the last three months of our lives. L.B. “Jeff” Jefferies could empathize. He broke his leg and has been wheelchair-ridden in … Continue reading

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‘North by Northwest’: Another Riveting Alfred Hitchcock Film — Annlyel Online

I had never heard about North by Northwest until yesterday and boy was I riveted as I watched this movie that felt like it was yanking me in all sorts of directions. I love mysteries, I love thrillers, and this … Continue reading

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