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  • Making Montgomery Clift

    ★★★

  • Watergate: High Crimes in the White House

    ★★★½

  • The True Adventures of Raoul Walsh

    ★★★½

  • Silent Trigger

    ★★★

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  • Making Montgomery Clift

    Making Montgomery Clift

    ★★★

    This is directed by Montgomery Clift's nephew Robert Anderson Clift and it turns into more of an analysis of his family while trying to right the image and misinformation about his uncle. Very little time is actually spent on Clift's life or his movies unless it is in passing. It is a weird fucking family. The director's father Brooks was obsessed with his younger brother and kept boxes and boxes of memorabilia but also loads of home movies and most…

  • Watergate: High Crimes in the White House

    Watergate: High Crimes in the White House

    ★★★½

    After recently watching All the President's Men and Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House, it was interesting to watch this CBS 90-minute documentary about the Watergate Scandal. All these years later I find it fascinating to see how a White House became so corrupt through one man's lack of morality, his deep paranoia and the enablers around him. Forty people who were involved went to jail. All but Nixon of course. A number of the people…

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  • Female Ninja Magic

    Female Ninja Magic

    ★★★½

    This is your mission should you decide to accept it. Our cause is lost. Osaka Castle is burning and the forces of our enemy the Tokugawa are outside the gates. Princess Sen is unfertile so you five female ninjas (Kunoichi) must go to the room of her husband Toyotomi Hideyori and have sex with him and then carry his seed with Princess Sen back to her family. This cannot be the end of the line of the Toyotomi.

    All historically…

  • The Love Parade

    The Love Parade

    ★★★★

    Since Ernst Lubitsch had come to Hollywood at the bidding of Mary Pickford in 1923 to direct Rosalita, he had directed ten films. All silent. But in a cinematic sense he had never really left Europe though he rarely went back. Of the ten films, nine were set in Europe and five involved royalty which was very popular at the time. He was one of the first German directors to leave and find their way to America. Over the next…