Robbery (1967) The Great Train Robbery

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Stanley Baker plays Paul Clifton, a man with a plan. An ultra-careful plan he painstakingly put together, every angle researched to perfection, no stone unturned. This plan is rock solid, no way the rozzers going to get wind of this plan. Hey! by the time the old bill get wind of this job we are going to be high and dry and fancy free. Ain’t nothing that could go wrong!

Tagline – Who says crime doesn’t pay? 3 Million pounds says it does!

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The Final Countdown (1980) Pearl Harbor Revisited

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The award this month for the most silliest plot taken extremely seriously goes to The Final Countdown. Not a tongue in cheek to be seen. What can be seen though is an incredible array of military fire power. This film is a war machine fanatics dream, quite simply this is a giant Cold War, mines bigger than yours, show off exhibition. If you love jets of all sizes firing off from an aircraft carrier, you gonna love this film.

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Private Property (1960) Certificate Rejected For Saucy Manx

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With a scandalous certificate of “rejected” and that sultry seductive black and white cover image of a sexy lady in those tight trousers with a bold red writing stamped across her saying Private Property!. You know this is going to be a controversial sixties saucy shocker. Continue reading “Private Property (1960) Certificate Rejected For Saucy Manx”

The Set-Up (1949) Robert “Rocky” Ryan

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Here’s a super smashing punching sweating panting tension filled film noir boxing drama starring Robert Ryan as the aging human punch bag, Bill “Stoker” Thompson. What a film The Set-Up turned out to be and it popped my 40’s cherry on this here blog. Continue reading “The Set-Up (1949) Robert “Rocky” Ryan”

Killer of Sheep (1978) This Bitter Earth

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I have to start off with 5 F-Bombs with the last F-Bomb being stretched right out to last at least 10 seconds. How can a film be so devastatingly filled with brooding sadness and doom but equally hit you with such incredible deep innocent sweetness? It shouldn’t be possible but somehow director and writer Charles Burnett creates the impossible with Killer Of SheepContinue reading “Killer of Sheep (1978) This Bitter Earth”

Hell Is A City (1960) Green Fingered In Manchester

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With an opening credit scene of you sat in the back of a police car driving down the bright lights big city streets looking like the beginning of Police Squad/The Naked Gun. Well apart from you don’t drive down a bowling alley or move your way through the birthing canal into the hands of a midwife! Continue reading “Hell Is A City (1960) Green Fingered In Manchester”

The Illustrated Man (1969) – Back To The Future

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You know the scenario, we’ve all been there. You find yourself a nice tranquil, peaceful spot to relax and reflect on good times when out of the blue your beautiful bliss happy place is interrupted by the old classic, a hobo with a dog on a piece of string. Half drunk, few teeth missing, mix matching clothes and usually angry or slightly insane, mostly both together. Continue reading “The Illustrated Man (1969) – Back To The Future”

Across 110th Street (1972) Bobby Womack To Jackie Brown

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I’ve had this soundtrack since I was bout 16 years old. Bobby Womack writes and sings the title anthem Across 110th Street with just so much heart and passion that it’s not surprising it got picked up to feature on future soundtracks later on down the line. Most notably and incredibly well used in QT’s Jackie Brown but it also turned up in American Gangster with Denzel WashingtonContinue reading “Across 110th Street (1972) Bobby Womack To Jackie Brown”