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  • Cast a Long Shadow

    Cast a Long Shadow

    ★★★

    AUDIE MURPHY DESCENDING FROM A DECADE OF STAR-POWER & SOME FINE WESTERNS

    At this Point in His Career Audie Murphy began to Show Personal Problems and Uneasiness with Films and Productions Available.

    The Off-Screen Personal Problems, such as Gambling Debts and a Disgruntled Attitude Started to Manifest On-Set and On-Screen.

    In this “Red River” (1948) Retread He seems Miscast as a Bully.

    The Movie even Cribbed Scenes from the Aforementioned Cattle-Drive and Murph Thought the Script was Sub-Par.

    Filmed in B&W,…

  • The Secret of Nikola Tesla

    The Secret of Nikola Tesla

    ★★★½

    LOW-BUDGET (YUGO) BIO-PIC...EXCELLENT LEAD PERFORMANCE...INTRIGUING & FACTUAL

    Warm Telling of the AC-DC Wars with All the Key Players on hand.

    Tesla, Edison, Morgan, and Westinghouse and the Science, Politics, Financing, and Personalities of the Inventors that Brought forth the 20th Century.

    Both the Good and the Bad.

    Tesla’s Well Known Anti-Social, Germ-Obsessed, Philanthropic, and Visionary Genius is Covered Fairly.

    There are Plenty of Picturesque and Observant Visuals.

    Peter Bozovic Gives an Uncanny Performance as Nikola Tesla, Not Only Looking Like the…

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  • Spartacus

    Spartacus

    ★★★½

    "LIVE FREE OR DIE"

    A Film Directed by a young Stanley Kubrick that is Unlike the Kubrick We Know and Love.

    He Surrenders (ouch) to the Conventions of the Time and seems to be more than Competent but Artistically Anemic.

    But Fulfilling His Contract Obligations Professionally He Delivered a Mammoth Movie that is Compelling and Timeless.

    That of Humans wanting to be "Free" from Bondage, Servitude, and Inhuman Evil Entrenched in Unenlightened Power and Corruption.

    The Movie can seem Corny…

  • Arsenal

    Arsenal

    ★★★

    TRASHY...FREAK-A-ZOID...WHACKED

    Rivers of Blood Flowing in the Slowest of Motion Resulting in a High-Def Deluge of Jaw-Dropping, Gonzo, Grindhouse Movie-Making.

    Unrestrained Ultra-Nuttiness from Nicolas Cage, Dressing and Made-Up like a Clown and giving a Freak-a-Zoid On-Screen "Performance" that cannot be Ignored.

    John Cusack, in one of His Patented Baseball Cap, Vape-Pipe Outings.

    He is all Whispering and Dreamlike, Detached from the Proceedings afraid to "Dip-a-Toe" for Fear of an Infectious Cesspool.

    The Two Brothers that the Story Wanders Around are…