52 Before 62 — #42 Niagara (1953) — The Last Blog Name On Earth

Directed by Henry Hathaway Written by Charles Bracket, Richard L. Breen and Walter Reisch Starring Marilyn Monroe, Joseph Cotton, Jean Peters and Michael Showalter Marilyn Monroe is a legendary figure. I won’t say she’s legendary as an actress, because that’s never really what people think about when they think about her. She’s really legendary for […]… Continue reading 52 Before 62 — #42 Niagara (1953) — The Last Blog Name On Earth

52 Before 62 — #43 Butterfield 8 — The Last Blog Name On Earth

Directed by Daniel Mann Written by John Michael Hayes and Charles Schnee, based upon the novel by John O’Hara Starring Elizabeth Taylor, Laurence Harvey, and Eddie Fisher Elizabeth Taylor is a rare thing in Hollywood history – a kid actor who grew up to have an adult career. Most only fade away before then, or […]… Continue reading 52 Before 62 — #43 Butterfield 8 — The Last Blog Name On Earth

52 Before 62 — #45 The Vikings (!958) — The Last Blog Name On Earth

Directed by Richard Fleischer Screenplay by Calder Wilingham and Dale Wasserman, based upon the novel by Edwin Marshall Starring Kirk Douglas, Tony Curtis, Ernest Borgnine, James Donald, Frank Thring, and Janet Leigh When Kirk Douglas died a couple weeks ago it was almost literally the final expiration of old-style Hollywood stardom. That’s what happens, I […]… Continue reading 52 Before 62 — #45 The Vikings (!958) — The Last Blog Name On Earth

52 Before 62 — #47 The World, The Flesh and the Devil — The Last Blog Name On Earth

Directed by Ranald MacDougall Written by Ranald MacDougall Starring Harry Belfonte, Inger Stevens, and Mel Ferrer Sigmund Freud was a famous proponent for the subconscious and imagery of dreams – he might not have been the first to subscribe to the idea, but he’s the only one most people know about, so he might as […]… Continue reading 52 Before 62 — #47 The World, The Flesh and the Devil — The Last Blog Name On Earth

52 Before 62 — #48 The Farmer’s Daughter (1947) — The Last Blog Name On Earth

Directed by H.C. Potter Screenplay by Allen Rivkin and Laura Kerr, from the play by Hella Wuolijoki Starring Loretta Young, Joseph Cotton, Ethyl Barrymore, and Charles Bickford Here’s a new thing: let’s start this entry by just carrying on the discussion from the last entry on Mogambo. But don’t you worry – I promise it […]… Continue reading 52 Before 62 — #48 The Farmer’s Daughter (1947) — The Last Blog Name On Earth

52 Before 62 — #49 The Major and the Minor (1942) — The Last Blog Name On Earth

Directed by Billy Wilder Screenplay by Billy Wilder and Charles Bracket, based upon the play “Connie Goes Home”, by Edward Childs Carpenter, and the story “Sunny Goes Home” by Fannie Kilbourne Starring Ginger Rogers and Ray Milland If I asked you – and I mean you specifically – to name Billy Wilder’s greatest films, chances […]… Continue reading 52 Before 62 — #49 The Major and the Minor (1942) — The Last Blog Name On Earth

52 Before 62 — #50 Little Caesar (1931) — The Last Blog Name On Earth

Directed by Mervyn Leroy Screenplay by Francis Edward Faragoh and Robert N. Lee, based upon the novel of the same name by W. R. Burnett Starring Edward G. Robinson, Douglas Fairbanks Jr. Rico (Edward G. Robinson) is a criminal with ambition. Too bad he’s small-timing it out in the sticks, making ends meet robbing gas […]… Continue reading 52 Before 62 — #50 Little Caesar (1931) — The Last Blog Name On Earth

Please do these five(5) things immediately, if you want to stop watching pornography [Opinion] — hitsupdate.com

Some of us will be questioning our lives as to the resolutions we took in January, if we’ve been able to keep to it. We all know that their are so many things we wish to stop doing, but often times we see ourselves doing them. Such things has become an addiction. One of such […]… Continue reading Please do these five(5) things immediately, if you want to stop watching pornography [Opinion] — hitsupdate.com

Giraffes and The Mystery of Happiness — Snippets & Glimpses

Many years ago, I took my then-boyfriend to the zoo for his birthday. It wasn’t just the zoo though. It was Roar and Snore, an overnight behind-the-scenes zoo experience. The Sydney skyline twinkled on the other side of the bay. Our evening began with crocodiles and crudites, as we shared a few drinks with the […]… Continue reading Giraffes and The Mystery of Happiness — Snippets & Glimpses