Department of Film and Media Studies
Hunter College, CUNY
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Great Songs in Film #10: The Three Degrees sing Jimmy Webb’s “Everybody Gets to Go to the Moon” in The French Connection
Early in William Friedkin’s masterpiece The French Connection, Gene Hackman and Roy Scheider, playing New York City police detectives Doyle and Russo, go for an after-work drink at a New York nightclub that appears to be the Copacabana. This is the page … Continue reading
Ever gone back to any film, book, or other creative work that completely defined a moment in your life and found that it didn’t come close to passing the test of time? Sometimes the life moment is so distant and … Continue reading
Every time I talk about top 10 lists, I always start with the disclaimer that I know how pointless they are. And then I ask myself: OK, if they are so pointless, why do I have so much fun reading … Continue reading