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Time After Time (1979)

Ask me to name a time traveling movie I hold near and dear and this Nicholas Meyer adventure is probably the title that will first come to mind. I saw […]

Harry In Your Pocket (1973)

Taking up a theme as old as movies, Harry In Your Pocket is the story of a veteran and the kid he takes on as a protégé. It’s been done […]

100 Rifles (1969)

In the latter half of the 1960’s, western genre filmmakers had a definite love affair with the revolutionary era of Mexico. Big scale productions like The Professionals, Villa Rides, The […]

Countdown (1967)

Beating Neil Armstrong to the first lunar landing by two years is James Caan with able assistance from Robert Duvall in this effective Robert Altman directed effort via Warner Brothers. […]

Target Zero (1955)

Though this Harmon Jones directed “B” picture may be a cliched tale of foot soldiers caught behind enemy lines led by top billed Richard Conte during the Korean conflict, it […]

Two Flags West (1950)

With an opportunity presenting itself to select a Joseph Cotten movie thanks to Maddy’s Classic Film site and Crystal of In The Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood playing host […]

Now Playing Monday July 21st, 1969.

Western fans rejoice! I’d be in my glory taking in five westerns we all know and love playing at the same time in downtown Toronto if I could go back […]

Uncommon Valor (1983)

Well before Chuck Norris’ Braddock and Sly Stallone’s Rambo decided to go back to Vietnam and rescue the men left behind in POW camps ten years after the United States […]

The Killer Elite (1975)

Espionage and San Francisco replace hardened outlaws and Mexico for this Sam Peckinpah effort that once again sees the director assemble a first rate cast for more slow motion blood […]

The Pack (1977)

Brando’s Pick of the Month I’m not sure just how intimidating this movie’s “pack” would be if Brando the Dachshund was a member but as it is, Joe Don Baker […]

Diabolically Yours (1967)

“It’s a dream. It just doesn’t make sense.” When Alain Delon awakes from a coma after a life threatening car crash, he’s told his name is George. He has a […]

Purgatory (1999)

Anyone in the room who knows that Randy Quaid played “Doc” Holliday please raise your hands and take a seat at the front of the class, Mike’s Take 101. Along […]

Now Playing August 4th, 1978

Once again my continuous hunting for movies and memorabilia has unearthed a newspaper during my recent summer vacation to western Canada. In an Edmonton antique mall I came across an […]

One Eyed Jacks (1961)

The iconic Marlon Brando directed only one film in his entire career and with it, gave us what I’ve always felt to be a vastly underrated effort that co-starred his […]

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