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Today in Movie History: October 14

The word “game changer” gets thrown around a lot with flavor-of-the-month movies that tend to fade with time. But the phrase has rarely applied more aptly than it has to Pulp Fiction, which cemented the rise of indie cinema in the 1990s, altered the face of crime drama forever, and permanently put Quentin Tarantino on the map. It’s perfection incarnate, and …

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Gilda Blu-Ray Review

Review by Robert T. Trate Starring: Rita Hayworth, Glenn Ford, George Macready Directed by: Charles Vidor Running time: 110 minutes Year of release: 1946 Spine #795 “Gilda, are you decent?” Rita Hayworth then tosses her hair back and says “Me?” This was my first introduction to Hayworth, but it was not in her star turning performance as Gilda. In fact, it …