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Me, Natalie

Blu-ray Review: Me, Natalie

Released in 1969, Me, Natalie is very much a film of the 1960’s, but dealing with female late adolescence. A subject nearly anyone who’s ever been there, can relate too

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Connecting Rooms

Blu-ray Review: Connecting Rooms

By the end of the 1960’s, Bette Davis big screen appearances were increasingly rare. Released in 1970, Connecting Rooms explores the relationship between three people who have rooms in a

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Love Among the Ruins

Blu-ray Review: Love Among the Ruins

Released in 1975, the TV movie Love Among the Ruins marked the first-and only-time acting royalty Katharine Hepburn and Laurence Olivier would work together onscreen. Helmet by Hollywood veteran George

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Billy Liar

Blu-ray Review: Billy Liar

The British New Wave (or “kitchen sink drama movement”) was an innovative, but brief cinematic movement during the late fifties and early sixties. These films, usually in black and white,

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