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Older Film Reviews – ACE IN THE HOLE

By the time he made 1951’s Ace in the Hole director Billy Wilder had already earned his reputation as a cynical filmmaker. Three of Wilder’s earlier films—Double Indemnity, The Lost Weekend and Sunset Boulevard—had already firmly established the director as … Continue reading

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W-100: SUNSET BLVD

White One Hundred: 100 Great Films Starring Only White People, #7 — Sunset Blvd —Without a doubt, Billy Wilder is one of my favorite directors of all time. I’ve seen most of his movies (though not all), and I’m hard-pressed … Continue reading

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