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Josef Krebs Posted: Apr 17, 2013 0 comments

Django Unchained

Set in the South in 1858, two years before the Civil War, writer-director Quentin Tarantino's Spaghetti-sauced Western (or more accurately Southern) Django Unchained tells of Django (Jamie Foxx), a slave bought and freed by a German-born bounty hunter, Dr.

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Josef Krebs Posted: Apr 03, 2006 0 comments
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In Ingmar Bergman's 1973 "hit" Scenes from
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Josef Krebs Posted: Aug 15, 2011 0 comments

You don’t watch Fast Times at Ridgemont High for any home theater glories. More likely, it’s a favorite movie to get stoned to — er, a series of memorable vignettes of high-school teenagers attempting to lose their virginity while surviving soul-destroying service-industry jobs.

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Josef Krebs Posted: Aug 20, 2013 0 comments

Boardwalk Empire: Season 3

This is a story of fathers and sons. As previous seasons have shown, every gangster, it seems, starts as a kid with a difficult relationship with their dad and every hood has an equally important relationship with their boy. James "Jimmy" Darmody (Michael Pitt) stabs his father, Commodore Louis Kaestner (Dabney Coleman).

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Josef Krebs Posted: Sep 18, 2012 0 comments

Indiana Jones: The Complete Adventures

In Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981), renowned archeologist, Dr. Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford), is hired by the U.S. Government to find the Ark of the Covenant before Hitler uses its powers to enslave nations.

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Josef Krebs Posted: Oct 02, 2008 0 comments
For me, the perfect storm is the one that stays far away. But today, I powered up the equipment, strapped myself in, and let loose the sound and the fury of Wolfgang Petersen's film.
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Josef Krebs Posted: Dec 18, 2012 0 comments

Total Recall

As a fan of the 1990 version of the science fiction action thriller Total Recall, loosely based on the 1966 Philip K.

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Josef Krebs Posted: Jun 01, 2003 0 comments

Are movies more important than life? Are women magic? These two questions, repeatedly posed in François Truffaut's Day for Night (1973), often seem to be at the heart of French cinema, especially in a big batch of recent DVD releases.

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