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I'm not really a big fan of westerns nor gunfight scenes, but this baby is fairly powerful.
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Monday, Jun 24th 2019 (9:32am)
Would Harry Burns and Sally Albright be together in 2019? For fans of the classic Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan romantic comedy, that question will linger throughout July, when the film turns thirty years old, and one of its most iconic scenes comes to life. Katz's Delicatessen, the hundred-plus-year old Lower East Side deli in which the duo filmed an iconic scene back in 1989 is honoring the film's legacy with an entire month of When Harry Met Sally festivities.
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Thursday, Jun 20th 2019 (2:47am)
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A really great movie destroyed in this clip. So sad.
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Friday, Jun 7th 2019 (1:28am)
From Harry Callahan to Ben Shockley to the Sergio Leone moments with the man with no name. Enjoy a few moments in film history here.
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Wednesday, Jun 5th 2019 (3:01am)
I didn't particularly love the movie but this scene really caught my fancy.
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Saturday, May 18th 2019 (12:12am)
Back in 1984, a scrappy kid from New Jersey named Daniel LaRusso moved cross-country to California's San Fernando Valley and squared off against a gang of bullies with the help of his apartment building's Okinawan maintenance man.
A fun interview of the two stars of the film by Rotten Tomatoes.
By: spam_vigilante
Saturday, May 11th 2019 (12:00am)
So let's just say that you don't appreciate the artistic genius of Sergio Leone in those old spaghetti westerns. Here is proof of why you might be wrong.
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Friday, May 10th 2019 (2:09am)
Welp, it's a thing. Bill & Ted 3: Bill & Ted Face The Music was officially announced today by, well, Bill and Ted. No air guitar, tho.
By: dave
Wednesday, Mar 20th 2019 (4:07pm) | Thanks: whales
The James Bond movie franchise has been turning out movies since 1963, when Sean Connery first embodied the role in Dr. No. In that time only six men have played the part, and they've all brought something to it. The central tension among their choices is whether to adopt the version that Bond's creator, Ian Fleming, carved out in his novels or bring a freshness to the part. (Sometimes, leaning into Fleming's version is that freshness.) Here are all the actors who've played James Bond, ranked.
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Friday, Mar 8th 2019 (12:00am) | Thanks: digg
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Yes, more classic movies at Davelog. Walter Matthau and Carol Burnett star in this bittersweet story.
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Tuesday, Feb 19th 2019 (12:54am)
Yep, 40 years since Walter Hill's vision of gang culture in NYC first appeared. The movie holds up after all these years, and there's even a run of action figures from one:12 coming out in short order to help commemorate. It's been far too long since I last watched it, I'll be firing up the director's cut this week!
By: dave
Monday, Feb 11th 2019 (12:01am) | Thanks: digg
If you ain't yelling at the screen nor dressed in drag, you're missing out on all the fun.
By: spam_vigilante
Wednesday, Feb 6th 2019 (9:00am)
Let's just say that you are a fan of movies from the 70s and 80s. Let's just suggest that you like mashups. Maybe, you like them getting weirder and weirder as they rumble on. You have found your Nirvana now. Enjoy.
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Sunday, Jan 27th 2019 (4:27am)
Interviews with Harold Ramis, Michael O’Keefe, Scott Colomby, Cindy Morgan, John F. Barmon Jr., John Murray, Ann Ryerson, Jon Peters, Kenny Loggins and others.
I'm alright. Nobody worry bout me.
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Friday, Jan 18th 2019 (12:00am)
There's a new Ghostbusters movie in the works. Entertainment Weekly has learned exclusively that Jason Reitman will direct and co-write an upcoming film set in the world that was saved decades previously by the proton pack-wearing working stiffs in the original 1984 movie, which was directed by his father, Ivan Reitman.
By: dave
Thursday, Jan 17th 2019 (12:00am)
It had big stars, it foretold virtual reality, and the director was the special-effects wizard behind 2001: A Space Odyssey.

It's also one of my all-time favorites. And it has a fascinating story behind it.
By: dave
Tuesday, Jan 15th 2019 (12:01am) | Thanks: mefi
Here is the story of how three comedy writers who have never worked in a movie studio came up with the classic.
RT 45:17, which is only about an hour short of the actual film.
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Saturday, Jan 5th 2019 (12:00am)
You may think the classic Christmas film It's a Wonderful Life is but a bit of holiday fluff, but it's so much deeper than that.
By: dave
Tuesday, Dec 25th 2018 (5:41am)
Rolling Stone Magazine had a survey of the best guitar players. Dr. Brian May came in at fourth best. Here is his take on the movie, his guitar, and his life.
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Monday, Dec 10th 2018 (12:02am)
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Friday, Dec 7th 2018 (6:04am) | Thanks: sunny
So a couple of decades ago, you saw the movie. Jack Ryan was not played by Harrison Ford yet. Sean Connery wasn't a nasty old fart yet. It was a very compelling story. Now, you have a chance to see the blood and guts behind the movie.
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Thursday, Oct 25th 2018 (12:24am)
We've discovered a midnight movie that's slipped under our radar all these years. It's just as retro, hypnotic, and freaky as say, the cult musical Rocky Horror Picture Show - but you might even say it's a little more chic? It's called Dr. Caligari (1989), and it's going to be our new favorite Halloween classic.

Full movie link and embed after the jump.
By: dave
Monday, Oct 22nd 2018 (12:01am) | Thanks: mefi
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Some closing shots provide unexpected answers to big questions. Others let questions dangle endlessly; leaving it to the audience to decide for themselves how the film closed out. Some provide resolve. Others double down on tragedy. Below we've assembled the fifty best, ranked. Enjoy.
By: dave
Monday, Sep 10th 2018 (12:00am) | Thanks: mefi
One of the classic Mel Brooks films that most of your buddies have seen, here is a behind the scenes look at what made the town of Rock Ridge.
RT 28:21
By: spam_vigilante
Sunday, Sep 9th 2018 (5:23am)
If you think you're the only fan of movies so bad they're good, think again. Every state in the US has its own favorite terrible film. These films - you know, those bad movies that you love to hate and hate to love - definitely aren't masterpieces, but they bring about great nostalgia and comfort when you watch them.
By: dave
Tuesday, Aug 28th 2018 (4:59am) | Thanks: digg
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