REVIEW: THE DARK CORNER (1946)

I’ve truly been enjoying the discovery of Lucille Ball films that pre-date her more famous comedienne years.  I stumbled upon an early Douglas Sirk melo-noir called Lured that has somehow slipped through the cracks (my review here).  Where that was decidedly dark and broody, The Dark Corner is a classic private detective noir.  It isn’t the…

REVIEW: THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA (2006)

I finally rented this movie a couple of nights ago. I suppose that makes me behind the wave, but I think perhaps it gave me more perspective than those who raved about its fantastic clothing and fast-paced lifestyle portrayal of the fashion industry. I found very, very little redeeming in this poorly cobbled-together script. Anne…

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