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Nat Almirall

  • Revisiting John Huston: Treasure of the Sierra Madre

    It’s time for another edition of Revisiting John Huston. This week we’re talking about Huston’s 1948 masterpiece Treasure of the Sierra Madre. Let’s get into it. After The Maltese Falcon, Treasure…

  • Revisiting John Huston: Report From the Aleutians

    It’s time for another installment of Revisiting John Huston. This time around we’re taking a look at Huston’s war documentary Report from the Aleutians. Before I even started considering a retrospective…

  • Revisiting John Huston: In This Our Life

    It’s time for another edition of Revisiting John Huston. This week it’s the 1942 film In This Our Life. Huston’s second film, In This Our Life seems to be somewhat lost…

  • Revisiting John Huston: The Maltese Falcon

    As we’ve done with Western Wednesdays Again, this series of articles discusses the films of one of the greatest directors of all time: John Huston. Originally titled John Huston Thursdays, we’ve…

  • Movie Review: ‘The Gunman’

    Sean Penn is a sniper working for a mercenary group in Africa. He assassinates a government official and must go into hiding, leaving behind his girlfriend (Jasmine Trinca) to be scooped…

  • Movie Review: ‘Get On Up’

    Get On Up does two things magnificently well, and they’re related: It conveys the batshit craziness of both James Brown and Little Richard, which is quite a feat and aided in…