Retro Review: What Are You? I’m BATAAN

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One of our Outposters just loves some old movie action. He sent us a contribution recently that was a great Retro Review of Firecreek. Now Wrenage returns with an in-depth look...

It’s GROUNDHOG DAY! Retro Review

Groundhog Day is more than just a perfect movie, it’s a masterpiece. It still holds up as one of the great classics of all time. It does feel odd saying this,...

FIRECREEK – A Retro Review

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Another long time Outposter has decided he wants to share something with us all. Wrenage makes his Last Movie Outpost debut with a Retro Review of a movie very close to...

A Retro Review Of THE INCREDIBLE HULK Pilot Show

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The Man Who Saved Movies returns in his new guise as Why Would You Post That, with a retro review of one of the most beloved versions of a superhero -...

It’s Trending, Here’s An AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON Retro Review

When the first Avengers movie came out, it blew everything out of the water, finally a movie that had multiple characters sharing the screen and being amazing about it. Avengers: Age of...

Retro Review: V – The Original Mini-Series (1983)

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In May 1983, NBC broadcast a two-part miniseries that immediately became iconic in the annals of screen science fiction. Writer/director Kenneth Johnson was riding high on the success of his shows...

Retro Review BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (1946)

Fresh off the Nazi Occupation of France, director Jean Cocteau put together a surreal and masterful interpretation of the classic fairy tale Beauty and the Beast. The whole movie feels like you...

Retro Review: BROADWAY DANNY ROSE

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I like a lot of Woody Allen's movies. Black and white or in color. Comedy or drama. He's made a lot of movies and a good number of them are good...

Retro Review: AND GOD CREATED WOMAN (1956)

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And God Created Woman is the 1956 French movie that really launched Brigitte Bardot into stardom. I saw it was available on HBO Max so I decided to give it a...

Retro Review Of SNOWDEN

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Synopsis: Our film begins in Hong Kong. Will this be hagiography or biography? Snowden waits in a hotel lobby for journalist contacts. Glenn Greenwald is played by Spock from Star Trek. Snowden approaches...
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