Tuesday, 15 May 2012

I Love That Blog Post #5

 This week I have mostly been reading....

After weeks of chastising the modern cinema experience, Scott celebrates going to the movies http://www.frontroomcinema.com/midweek-mumble-20-things-i-love-about-going-to-the-cinema/

 Cinematic Corner keeps sharing the goodies on Prometheus… this time a very interesting short featurette http://cinematiccorner.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/god-does-not-build-in-straight-lines.html

Movies on my Mind has a fascinating piece on slavesploitation and where Django Unchained fits in with this forgotten sub-genre http://movies-on-my-mind.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/slavesploitation-genre-that-shocked.html

Another one from Cinematic Corner- a great comparison of the visuals in Black Swan and Shame http://cinematiccorner.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/visual-parallels-black-swan-shame.html

Counting down the best Bruce Wayne’s with Top 10 Films http://www.top10films.co.uk/archives/11916

A great rant from City Lights questioning if Jaws will still be considered a classic in 20 years 

The Ten Best Actors Relay race goes on and on and this latest addition from Flickers includes an excellent choice!  http://theflickersblog.com/2012/05/15/the-ten-best-actors-of-all-time-relay/

If you haven't already read these, check them out!


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    1. I hope it points some more readers your way! It's a very interesting post!

  2. Thanks for the referral, Pete! I'm glad you agree it's a worthy choice!

  3. Wow that relay race just keeps going and going... still sad that my GP was taken out though, boo hoo! :)

  4. Thank you so much for the links!

  5. Hey Pete!! Thanks for linking me up buddy!!

  6. Thanks for the recommendations Pete, look forward to checking out the ones I have not read already.

  7. Love that Jaws lego poster! This reminds me - really looking forward to its debut on blu-ray - released in the UK in September - oh, it seems so far away! :)

    1. It's a very interesting article and well worth checking out!


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