This site is in the process of being reconstructed. Apologies for the broken links and missing info. The site will eventually be fully restored along with new material.
Write to me at erik [@] eeweems.com
The material on this web site is chiefly written by Erik Weems. The written reviews and commentary is meant to describe that the typical film is actually a bit better than what movie critics will allow (after all, the role of the movie critic tends to straitjacket the mind to steer toward denunciation and not praise); on the other hand, many highly-praised films that delight the film critics aren't quite as worthy as they are said to be (have you ever decided to watch a film that is coated in plaudits, only later to wonder why it was?) Our issue of enjoying film (and why are we watching them) seems to dwell somewhere in the middle of the movie critical divide.
This site was begun September 6, 2006.
Page updated Oct 2017
- The Stand In - 1937 - Leslie Howard, Bogart and Blondell
- The Black Book - 1949 - Robert Cummings and Arlene Dahl
- Who Done It? - 1942
- Cat-Women of the Moon - 1953
- The Viking Queen - 1967
- Little Miss Marker - 1934
- Get Out - 2017
- Man's Favorite Sport
- Braveheart 1995
- Bringing Up Baby - 1938
- The Comedy of Terrors - 1963
- Day of Anger - 1967
- Central Park - 1932 - Joan Blondell has trouble on her hands when she gets suckered into helping a gangster to rob a charity event. Though this film stars Joan and Wallace Ford, it also features the American Great Depression which is the background for the hunger and desperation that flavors the film.
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