Hold on a minute while we change reels... Wait a minute, you mean
it's over? Where's the climax? Where's the thematic resolution?
Where's the denouement? We're sorry, but the studios
hated the rushes and pulled the plug on our budget. You can,
however, continue reading about film-related topics by following
many of the links provided on this page.
Curious about a particular director's work? Not
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you. Hundreds of reviews lie at your fingertips, sortable by
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Don't be a silent couch potato, let's hear what you
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- we do it too.) Whether you want to recommend a little-known
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We couch potatoes have been surfing (not an easy
task on a couch) the web to come up with this list of excellent
film-related Internet links.
We're very proud of our Film Vault, which not
only contains hundreds, going on thousands, of film reviews -
it also allows for cross-referencing by director, genre, publication
or date, and it provides links to related films at the bottom
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their way from succinct review to succinct review in the Film
Vault. Some never come out. Ooh, scary.
When the Cat's Away
Movie review of When the Cat's Away.
The Post Man Always Saves Twice
Austin's Deja News has become the world's leading source for archived Usenet postings.
Hercules follows Disney's Grecian formula; My Best Friend's Wedding shows the state of screen romance.
Donna Bowman and Jim Ridley