2007 was Year 4 for the Club, & these are most of the films we screened, thought about, & discussed.
IN 2006, during the third year of the Tacoma Film Club, we screened 30 more wonderful films:
Some of the most popular of postings were due to the inclusion of gorgeous vintage movie posters. As we ready the Club, & ourselves for 2015, the twelfth year for us, it was fun & look back at the incredible screenings we have had. I joined the Club in 2004. … Continue reading TFC PAST SCREENINGS 2004-2005
Quills (Dir. Philip Kaufman, 2000) “Facts and Fabulous Fallacies: Another (Per)Version of Sadeian Myth.” By David Gilmour. Some critics might rail against Philip Kauffman’s film Quills because it skirts the historical truth. Fair enough. Important criticism of historical films can jog one’s thoughts to take a deeper look at what happened in history. Films of … Continue reading Marquis de Cockadoodle-doo
No Country for Old Men (2007), directed by the Cohen Brothers, provides a fascinating exploration of some serious issues regarding ethics and moral systems. The film is based on a novel of the same name by Cormack McCarthy. I watched this movie twice. On the first viewing I did not like it much. I … Continue reading No Country for Old Men