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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

Film Facts: <i>Ferris Bueller’s Day Off</i>

Did you know love was in the air on the set of Ferris Bueller's Day Off? Read More

Paper Moon: A look at fatherhood on film

Hollywood isn’t always kind to fathers. The tension between bad fathers and their children or good fathers and the monsters they’ve created tends to show up as often as motherly love in movies. Th… 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

Living In Oblivion: The Absurd Agony of Independent Filmmaking

Among of Tom DiCillo’s best quotes about filmmaking is this refreshing bit of honesty, "Making a movie is one of the most tedious, boring, painful experiences, and that's just when something goes right.” Read More

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