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<i>Shampoo</i>: A blast from the past

This week, as Hollywood Suite’s Summer Film School looks back at Shampoo, let’s consider some of the reasons why it topped the box office in 1975, and what makes it an important film to this very day. Read More

Based on a true story: <i>Dog Day Afternoon</i> and <i>The Dog</i>

Real life events constantly inspire movies, and on rare occasions films become so iconic that they begin to overshadow the stories that inspire them. As time marches on, the public can easily forget a film is based on a true story. Read More

<i>The Longest Yard</i>: Burt Reynolds’ end run from Johnny Carson’s couch to King of the World

Watching Burt Reynolds in the first five minutes of The Longest Yard is as good a time capsule of politically incorrect, stale-dated machismo as you could ask for. But that's only one reason it's riveting. Read More

<i>Enemy</i>: A creepy (Canadian!) doppelgänger film

Enemy follows two versions of Jake Gyllenhaal: Adam, a meek teacher in a funk, and Anthony, a rich, callous bit-playing actor. Read More

<i>Finding Vivian Maier</i>… and then losing her again

Paradoxical, bold, mysterious, and intensely private, Vivian Maier (1926-2009) was an artist of the highest calibre, yet at the time of her death, less than a decade ago, she was unknown. She was not … Read More

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