Post Tagged with: "Classic Columb"
What I’m looking for is someone who can contribute to what England has given to the world: culture, sophistication, genius. A little bit more than an ‘ot dog, know what I mean?” Introduction “My pitch was terrorism meets gangsterism” says [...]Read more ›
This week, Dan – the self-titled Public Transportation Snob - write’s about Sergio Leone’s iconic Once Upon A Time in the West. The opening sequence alone has inspired film-makers as diverse as Paul Thomas Anderson and Quentin Tarantino. Here on the Classic [...]Read more ›
As I am knee-deep in marriage preparation over the next few weeks, I thought it was a perfect opportunity for others to write a ‘Classic Columb’ (obviously, without me, it is an actual Column…). This week, a new blogger on [...]Read more ›
“Say Mr. Detective, before you clean up any mysteries, clean up this theater!” Introduction At only forty-four minutes long, there is absolutely no reason to not watch this incredible, cinema-obsessed venture into film-making by Buster Keaton. Considering that Keaton is [...]Read more ›
“You know what I can do with a single strand of Superman’s hair?” Introduction Cannon Films. The infamous production company that managed to squeeze out too-many Chuck Norris films and, somewhat randomly, an Academy Award winning film in The Assault, took [...]Read more ›