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kamalaskhans · 9 months ago
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JENNIFER’S BODY (2009) + letterboxd reviews
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mike-mills · 5 months ago
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The Power of the Dog (2021) dir. Jane Campion
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gregory-peck · 7 months ago
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Vampires are evil mythological beings who roam the world at night searching for people whose blood they feed upon. They may be the best-known classic monsters of all. There are almost as many different characteristics of vampires as there are vampire legends. But the main characteristic of vampires is they drink human blood. They typically drain their victim’s blood using their sharp fangs, killing them and turning them into vampires.
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classicfilmblr · 6 months ago
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DISHONORED (1931) dir. Josef von Sternberg — "In an article written by Robert S. White for the April 4, 1931 edition of The Scrutiner, he talks about animal actors, especially those who belonged to J.H. Kerr, the owner of an establishment called Animal Land which provided animals for film productions. Running down the list of animals provided for the film Morocco (another film directed by von Sternberg and starring Marlene Dietrich) a black cat is mentioned. The writer goes on to explain the cat’s name was Blackie and that he was one of Animal Land’s best money-makers. 'Blackie was a stray that wandered into the tightly fenced preserves of Animal Land one evening just about feeding time,' White writes. 'Finding the meal was first class, Blackie remained. He proved to be friendly, anxious to please and has become one of the most reliable of all animal actors.' (Another article from 1930 noted that Blackie was trained to stretch and yawn on command.) The article goes on to explain how Blackie became the property of Paramount Pictures. After his role in Morocco, Blackie was hired for Dishonored. 'But Blackie was not content to be just a fleeting brand,' White continues. 'When put before the cameras in Dishonored, he purred with conscious pride and proceeded to give one of the most remarkable feline performances ever witnessed by an astonished director and company. Blackie was promptly assigned a more important role. He became Marlene Dietrich’s pet, and thus carries an extended role through-out the entire production, even winning himself a big-eyed closeup at the end of the picture.' White went on to explain how von Sternberg proclaimed, 'That closeup will make Dishonored worth ten thousand dollars more at the box office. Buy Blackie for the property department and give him a home. I want him for my next picture.' Because of this, Blackie was given a valuation of eight thousand dollars." [x]
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hayaosmiyazaki · a year ago
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Edith Head’s costume design sketches for Audrey Hepburn — in Roman Holiday (1953), Sabrina (1954), & Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)
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tomdestry · 8 months ago
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Cary Grant in Bringing Up Baby (1938)
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filmgifs · 5 months ago
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Do you know how long it takes a working man to save five thousand dollars? Just remember this, Mr. Potter, that this rabble you're talking about... It’s a Wonderful Life (1946) dir. Frank Capra
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soniabragas · 3 months ago
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Nightmare Alley (1947) dir. Edmund Goulding
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ceremonial · 8 months ago
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I wonder who first discovered the power of poetry in driving away love? Pride & Prejudice (2005) dir. Joe Wright
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classicfilmsource · 7 months ago
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And remember, my sentimental friend, that a heart is not judged by how much you love; but by how much you are loved by others. The Wizard of Oz (1939) dir. Victor Fleming
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normasshearer · 5 months ago
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Sure, I shot him. I’m not sorry about that. (insp.)
Gun Crazy (1950) dir. Joseph H. Lewis The Letter (1940) dir. William Wyler Kiss Me Deadly (1955) dir. Robert Aldrich The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946) dir. Tay Garnett Possessed (1947) dir. Curtis Bernhardt Murder, My Sweet (1944) dir. Edward Dmytryk The Night of the Hunter (1955) dir. Charles Laughton Mildred Pierce (1945) dir. Michael Curtiz
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kamalaskhans · 8 months ago
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ROMEO + JULIET (1996) + letterboxd reviews
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wongkarawai · 5 months ago
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IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE (2000) dir. Wong Kar-wai
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gregory-peck · 5 months ago
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I never thought it was such a bad little tree. It's not bad at all, really. Maybe it just needs a little love. A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) dir. Bill Melendez
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classicfilmblr · 6 months ago
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Arsenic and Old Lace (1944) dir. Frank Capra
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netals · 7 months ago
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Goodbye, Dragon Inn ‘不散’ 2003, Directed by Tsai Ming-liang
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tomdestry · 7 months ago
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To die, to be really dead, that must be glorious! Dracula (1931) dir. Tod Browning & Karl Freund
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hayaosmiyazaki · 10 months ago
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Edith Head’s original costume designs for Grace Kelly — in Rear Window (1954) & To Catch a Thief (1955)
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davidlynch · 11 months ago
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A heart's a heavy burden.
Howl’s Moving Castle / ハウルの動く城 (2004) dir. Hayao Miyazaki
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deforest · 9 months ago
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RITA HAYWORTH in YOU'LL NEVER GET RICH 1941 │ dir. Sidney Lanfield
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