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Famous Films That Almost Didn’t Happen:
Famous Films That Almost Didn’t Happen: ‘Back to the Future’, ‘Toy Story’ & More  Hollywood Insider
Posted on 22 January 2021 | 12:06 am
10 Great Heist-Thrillers To Watch If You
10 Great Heist-Thrillers To Watch If You Like Netflix's Lupin  Screen Rant
Posted on 21 January 2021 | 7:00 pm
'Being Jewish… we were like lepers' -
'Being Jewish… we were like lepers'  Jewish Chronicle
Posted on 21 January 2021 | 4:36 am
The 20th century told in 10 films -
The 20th century told in 10 films  Spectator.co.uk
Posted on 19 January 2021 | 1:59 pm
“Locked Down”: hell is the other -
“Locked Down”: hell is the other  Inspired Traveler
Posted on 16 January 2021 | 9:37 pm
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Glance at the Past - Fort Bragg
Glance at the Past  Fort Bragg Advocate-News
Posted on 15 January 2021 | 1:55 pm
Tyler Perry joins star-studded roster of
Tyler Perry joins star-studded roster of Honorary Oscars recipients: See full list of special Academy Awards winners  Gold Derby
Posted on 15 January 2021 | 12:00 pm
Binge Blog: Love breaks your heart -
Binge Blog: Love breaks your heart  YourObserver.com
Posted on 15 January 2021 | 6:00 am
Out of his mind and thriving: Alan Arkin's
Out of his mind and thriving: Alan Arkin's search for meaning  Santa Fe New Mexican
Posted on 15 January 2021 | 4:00 am
2021 Spring Preview: Non-fiction - Quill
2021 Spring Preview: Non-fiction  Quill & Quire
Posted on 14 January 2021 | 2:15 pm
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The 80th anniversary of the 1970s icon
The 80th anniversary of the 1970s icon "Fay Dunaway"  Prudent Press Agency
Posted on 13 January 2021 | 11:05 am
1996 Forever And Ever: 96 notable films
1996 Forever And Ever: 96 notable films turning 25 in 2021  Vanyaland
Posted on 7 January 2021 | 12:00 am
“Moonstruck” Knows That the Best Things
“Moonstruck” Knows That the Best Things in Life Aren’t Chosen  The New Yorker
Posted on 26 December 2020 | 12:00 am
Peter Lamont, Legendary Production Designer
Peter Lamont, Legendary Production Designer on Bond Films and 'Titanic,' Dies at 91  Hollywood Reporter
Posted on 18 December 2020 | 12:00 am
Love, 'Moonstruck' Tells Us, Is the Triumph
Love, 'Moonstruck' Tells Us, Is the Triumph of Illogic  PopMatters
Posted on 17 December 2020 | 12:00 am
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A Soldier's Story Blu-ray Review - The
A Soldier's Story Blu-ray Review  The Digital Fix
Posted on 14 December 2020 | 12:00 am
John Patrick Shanley’s ‘Wild Mountain
John Patrick Shanley’s ‘Wild Mountain Thyme’ Is a Guilty Pleasure  IndieWire
Posted on 13 December 2020 | 12:00 am
AFI Movie Club: MALCOLM X - American Film
AFI Movie Club: MALCOLM X  American Film Magazine
Posted on 11 December 2020 | 12:00 am
We Should Probably Talk About Wild Mountain
We Should Probably Talk About Wild Mountain Thyme  Vulture
Posted on 10 December 2020 | 12:00 am
Cinemark showing two family classics on the
Cinemark showing two family classics on the big screen  Texarkana Gazette
Posted on 9 December 2020 | 12:00 am
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mediaforestcast: RT @B@@%&YourEarPod: Coming so&%. Review of the 1967 film " In the Heat of the Night" Starring Sidney Poitier and Rod Steiger. Director…
Posted on 25 January 2021 | 2:59 am
OceanGirlHD: RT @NextOnTCM: SEND ME NO
OceanGirlHD: RT @Next*~TCM: S~@ ME NO FLOWERS (1964) Rock Huds*~, Doris Day, T*~y Randall. Dir: Norman Jewis*~ 8:00 PM ET When he mistakenly thinks…
Posted on 25 January 2021 | 2:59 am
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MatthewModine: @MidCenturyCinem @halashbymovie Altman’s established his style in 1969 with MASH. Ashby had already edited Norman J… https://t.co/SsukIao8PT
Posted on 25 January 2021 | 2:59 am
45acpjoe: RT @FilmsFilming: James Caan,
45acpjoe: RT @FilmsFilming: James Caan, Barbara Trentham & John Houseman in Norman Jewis's 'Rollerball' - f&f 09/75 #NormanJewis https://t.co/7u…
Posted on 25 January 2021 | 2:59 am
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Posted on 25 January 2021 | 2:59 am
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Open Question: The answer from Jorge Rafael
Posted on 3 June 2020 | 2:20 pm
Resolved Question: Are you surprised every
Posted on 24 February 2017 | 9:09 am
Resolved Question: Are you surprised every
Posted on 25 June 2016 | 7:26 pm
Resolved Question: Can someone proof read my
I'm in grade 9 english and I'm in need of someone to proof read my rough draft essay. The essay is on similarities and differences of "In the Heat of the Night" novel and movie (as stated in the intro) please give me your feedback. Again this is just my rough draft and I haven't even read over it yet so please help me out :) In the Heat of the Night How can a black homicide investigator solve a murder when everyone is blinded by his skin colour? This essay is a novel and film comparison. In this essay I will be comparing the similarities and differences between the novel by John Ball and the movie directed by Norman Jewison “In the Heat of the Night” The novel and movie have very few similarities. To start off with the main theme of the novel and movie is interracial tensions in the southern United States. The book and movie follow the storyline of a murder that takes place in a small town. Following that, the story proves that black people are just as equal as the rest of us. Virgil Tibbs, a black homicide investigator is in charge of investigating the crucial murdering of Enrico Mantoli, a musical conductor (In the movie his name was Philip Colbert). Everyone is against Virgil because they think black people are untrustworthy. It makes it very difficult for Bill Gillespie (chief of police) to gain respect when he has been seen with a black man multiple times. Gillespie was very prejudice in both the novel and movie but he did loosen up and eventually started to trust and respect Virgil. Another similarity is that Virgil Tibbs is almost the exact same in the novel and movie. He is very intelligent and shows that he is confident even though he knows what position he is automatically put in since he’s black. He knows how to deal with things very well and knows how to back himself up. In the novel he wouldn’t have talked back as much as he did in the movie. It did put a higher intensity and climax into the movie though. The differences between the novel and movie show how they are not the exact same story, the minor changes affect the story a lot more than they were portrayed to. First of all, the novel and movie take place in different towns. The novel takes place in Wells, Carolina and the movie takes place in Sparta, Mississippi. The main conflict of the novel is that Enrico Mantoli was murdered but the director of the movie changed the victim. The new victims name was Philip Colbert instead of Enrico Mantoli. Enrico was a musical conductor and Philip was planning on building a factory in the rural. Also the dialogue was completely opposite. Virgil Tibbs was not as sassy in the novel but of course in the movie they made him fight back way too much. In the movie Bill Gillespie said “You take care ya hear!” at the end of the movie. It would’ve been inappropriate for the novel. There was other things said that did not belong with the time or setting of the story. Endicott was a lot more respectful in the novel and definitely wouldn’t have slapped Virgil in the face for investigating about a murder. The director changed Endicott’s character to a whole new character. One of the biggest differences in my opinion was that Dilaures Purdy had a brother who was in a lot of scenes. In the novel it was never mentioned that she had a brother, instead she had a father that helped her out with everything. Including going to talk to chief Gillespie about Sam Woods. The ending of the movie was different than the novel because Dilaures Purdy’s brother got shot but since he wasn’t in the novel, he didn’t get shot in the novel. These differences made me prefer the novel over the movie. The novel was way better than the movie because it was up to my mind to picture the scene, what was going on and what the characters looked like, although I imagined Gillespie and Virgil the exact same from the novel to the movie I still preferred being able to read at my own speed and reading the dialogue myself. The director made some mistakes that could’ve easily been resolved. If he had fixed some of the dialogue and made the characters the same as in the novel I probably would’ve chosen the movie over the novel. The movie was well made but some scenes did not match the storyline or theme at all. The book was well written and a better murder mystery. I recommend the novel over the movie. The novel also shows that racism was a big problem back then but they movie encourages it a lot more. The novel and movie both did have racism but the racism progresses to a whole new level in the movie. It eventually became more harsh than in the novel.
Posted on 17 February 2014 | 12:45 pm
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