52 Code Films – #7: “Lady on a Train” from 1945

Another week has passed, and it is now Sunday, February 16. This is the end of the third week in February. Thus, it is time for another article in our weekly Code film series, 52 Code Films. For each of the seven weeks which have passed so far in 2019, I have written one article … Continue reading 52 Code Films – #7: “Lady on a Train” from 1945

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Breening Thursday: 17. “The Phantom of the Opera” from 1925

Today is Valentine’s Day, which happens to land on a Thursday this year. Thus, it is time for another article in our weekly Breening Thursday series. In honor of today’s romantic holiday, I am going to breen the first major film version of one of the most famous and iconic romance stories of the 20th … Continue reading Breening Thursday: 17. “The Phantom of the Opera” from 1925

52 Code Films – Week #6: “Can’t Help Singing” from 1944

It is time for the sixth article in our weekly Code film series, 52 Code Films. I have committed to watching at least one new Code film each week this year. That means that every week I must watch at least one American film made during the Breen Era of Hollywood, which lasted from July … Continue reading 52 Code Films – Week #6: “Can’t Help Singing” from 1944

Jack Lemmon’s Career and the Path of Shurlock Era Hollywood

In April of 2015, my family and I went to Arizona for a holiday. One evening in our hotel, we decided to watch a movie. Out of two films, we chose The Wackiest Ship in the Army from 1960, a World War II comedy with elements of drama starring Jack Lemmon and Ricky Nelson. We hadn't watched … Continue reading Jack Lemmon’s Career and the Path of Shurlock Era Hollywood

Breening Thursday: 16. “Aladdin” from 1992 by Rebekah Brannan

This article was written by Rebekah Brannan as part of the Breening Thursdays series. In 1992, Disney studios released the third Disney Princess film of the Disney Renaissance Era. This film is Aladdin. This film’s exotic locale sets the scene for a story that has everything, from a beautiful princess to a dashing market thief … Continue reading Breening Thursday: 16. “Aladdin” from 1992 by Rebekah Brannan

52 Code Films – Week #5: “Guest in the House” from 1944

Today is Sunday, so it is time for me to review the new Code film which I watched this week. This is #5 in our weekly series 52 Code Films. It is the first article in the series which we are publishing in February. I have been enjoying my discovery of films from the Breen … Continue reading 52 Code Films – Week #5: “Guest in the House” from 1944

Breening Thursday: 15. “Miranda” from 1948

Today is January 31, the last day in this month. It is also Thursday, so it is time for another breening article! This article will be not only the last Breening Thursday article of the month but the last article which we will publish in January. Be sure to come back tomorrow for the first … Continue reading Breening Thursday: 15. “Miranda” from 1948

“Gone with the Wind” from 1939: “Self-Regulating a Classic” for The Greatest Film I’ve Never Seen Blogathon

A few months ago, on November 16-18, Debra Vega of Moon in Gemini hosted The Greatest Film I've Never Seen Blogathon. I joined eagerly a few months in advance. This blogathon fell at a particularly busy time for my website, so I decided to get an early start on the article. However, despite the head-start I … Continue reading “Gone with the Wind” from 1939: “Self-Regulating a Classic” for The Greatest Film I’ve Never Seen Blogathon

52 Code Films – Week #4: “Something in the Wind” from 1947

Today is the fourth Sunday of 2019, so it is time for the next article in PEPS's 52 Code Films series. This will be the last article in the series which we publish this month. As part of this new series, I committed to watching one film from the American Breen Era (1934-1954) which is … Continue reading 52 Code Films – Week #4: “Something in the Wind” from 1947