Category Archives: A Sort of Tribute

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Nakatomi Plaza – Live Free And Dream Hard?

“Welcome to the party, pal!” Yes, on this date, July 15 1988, action movies changed forever. Move over Arnie and Sly, Detective John McClane (Bruce Willis, in his big screen breakout role) is an accidental hero, the proverbial “fly in the ointment, the pain in the ass.” In L.A to visit his estranged wife Holly […]

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You Only Live Splice: Dan Gale on James Bond Editor John Glen

We love James Bond at Cinetropolis. We love people who also love James Bond. So when we came across this delightfully droll, witty and informative video blog/podcast thing on James Bond lynchpin editor turned director John Glen and his stylistic choices, we had to share it with you. Trust us, creator and scene stealer (see […]

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The Prisoner: Failure Is The Only Option

What do we want? Information. You won’t get it…oh, you know the drill. Few TV series have provoked so much debate, interest, and even downright outrage as Patrick McGoohan’s  The Prisoner (for he did indeed orchestrate almost every detail of the show)  in 1967. A paean to liberty, a Rand-ian blueprint, metaphysical exploration of the […]

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