Tag Archives: Fritz Lang

A Modern Deluge of Jewish Movie Stars

Back in the day, the glorious days of Hollywood, especially the 1930s and 1940s, Jewish characters were kept at a minimum and stereotyped as immigrants. Hollywood was the greatest Protestant plastic art form – ironically – built and created by Jews … Continue reading

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Five Film Favorites: Female Face Objects

Previously, I wrote a five favorites column about my five favorite male face objects.  Today, I turn to the ladies and examine my five favorite female face objects.  And as a reminder, I am again using the criteria that Roland … Continue reading

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Five Film Favorites: Foreign Films

As you know from last week, F.T. Rea has handed off his Five Film Favorites column. For the foreseeable future, we’re inviting a different person each week to offer their list of five favorites. The beauty of the Five Film … Continue reading

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Post-Holiday Purchase Recommendation: The Complete Metropolis

My two best movie going experiences both occurred at the Music Box in Chicago, a magnificent venue that constantly showcases wonderful cinema. It is one of the things I miss most from my time spent in Chicago. In 2002 I … Continue reading

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