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- The King of Musicals: Arthur FreedWhenever you think of musicals, especially in the modern age, you think of the 1950s and 60s, when musicals were full of lavish costumes, flashy dance numbers, and wonderful music servicing as backdrop to beautiful romance. The company largely responsible for some of the greatest musicals of all time is, without argument, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The studioContinue reading “The King of Musicals: Arthur Freed”
- All that I Have Ever Loved: The Reason There is Only One Good “Hunchback” FilmVictor Hugo, perhaps the most recognized French author in the world, wrote plays and novels that are still beloved by millions worldwide. While (arguably) his most famous work was, Les Misérables, has been an inspiration since its publication in 1862, from film to theater and political movements, Hugo’s other novel is perhaps more beautiful inContinue reading “All that I Have Ever Loved: The Reason There is Only One Good “Hunchback” Film”
- Hitchcockian Psychology: The Invisible Man and How It Portrays PsychologyThe beginning of a new year usually means one thing when it comes to film: studio dump – studios simply dump films that they foresee may not do as well; historically, this period occurs in January and February with the summer season effectively kicking off in early-to-mid March. The reasoning behind this is mainly dueContinue reading “Hitchcockian Psychology: The Invisible Man and How It Portrays Psychology”