Fellow Film Club Members: It is time for our next TFC film screening @ CSL. This Friday, May 2, 2008, we will enjoy PICKUP ON SOUTH STREET (1953), directed by the outspoken director, Samuel Fuller. Sammy started out as a young crime reporter in NYC. He was a rifleman in the 1st Infantry Division … Continue reading PICKUP ON SOUTH STREET @ CSL
Producer’s Film Picks for May 2008 DVD and VHS: PICKUP ON SOUTH STREET (1953) Director Samuel Fuller @ 81 minutes. The film starred Richard Widmark, Jean Peters, Thelma Ritter, and Richard Kiley. A woman had her purse picked on the New York subway. The purse contained microfilm that was to be given to … Continue reading TFC Films for May 2008
Our three official TFC discussion films, Whose Life is it Anyway, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, and The Sea Inside, are all now open for discussion here on our blogsite.
Fellow Members: We are wrapping up our April films this Friday evening, April 11, 2008, with the screening of WHOSE LIFE IS IT ANYWAY? (1981). This will be the capper to our triumvirate of movies on the dilemma of quadriplegia and locked-in syndrome. This is a fine little film that has not been seen by … Continue reading WHOSE LIFE IS IT ANYWAY @ CSL
(This is just a comment - I entered it as a post so I could supply links to references.) Only my wife, Christine, really understands how badly I miss the point of some movies. Sometimes I am clueless to what is apparently obvious to everyone else. So I was surprised when I read David’s Blog … Continue reading Comment on David’s Review of “There Will Be Blood”