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Movies I’m watching tonight: Unfaithful Claude Peres, Light Gradient

17 Nov

Still not sure how I feel about both these movies. Where one lacked the other picked up it’s slack…does that make sense? Unfaithful was hard to follow, when the guys weren’t having sex the mumbled and I immediately lost interest.

It was daring how average the actors were in Light Gradient. Neither of the boys worked out (average bodies with a flat ass to boot), and both hairy chest (Obviously this isn’t an American title). The story was interesting but again lost interest…it was a typical foreign film…long, meaningless drama and awkward sex scenes.



15 Oct

Playing Sunday October 24th 4pm at the Revue Cinema  is the classic Some Like It Hot.

Synopsis: Two men hide from the mafia in an all girls band after they witness a murder, and find it hard to keep their cover as women when they meet Sugar Kane played by Marilyn Monroe. Co-Starring Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon
Directed by Billy Wilder.

Interesting Fact: Marilyn, at first, didn’t want to play this legendary role because she felt Sugar kane was just another dumb blonde but later agreed to do so because she and Arther Miller we trying to have a baby. The money from this movie was to be used to raise the little baby. Hm, I don’t know what’s more interesting, the synopsis of the film or the actress’ private life.

Some Like it Hot, plays on the big screen on Sunday October 24 @ 4pm, Revue Cinema




Yes yes I know, Inception is probably already out on DVD but I still (and probably the last person on the planet) haven’t seen it but on Saturday October 23 at 6pm it will be playing at the Revue Cinema. Inception is a 2010 American science fiction film written, produced, and directed by Christopher Nolan. The film stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Ken Watanabe, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Marion Cotillard, Ellen Page, Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy, Tom Berenger, and Michael Caine. DiCaprio plays Dom Cobb, a thief who extracts information from the unconscious mind of his victims while they dream. Unable to visit his children, Cobb is offered a chance to regain his old life in exchange for one last job: performing inception, the planting of an idea into the mind of his client’s competitor.





Tuesday October 26 @ 7pm the Revue Cinema

The Book Revue presents To Kill A Mockingbird, 1962 (Robert Mulligan) Starring: Gregory Peck, Mary Badham, Brock Peters, Robert Duvall, Phillips Alford. The story of Peck’s  Atticus Finch, a lawyer and crusader for justice, raising his two children in Depression-era Alabama, where poverty and racial intolerance are dominant motifs.

There will be a discussion after the film!

I loved reading the book and loved watching the film when I was a kid. It was the only thing my mother and I would talk about.