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Homage to THOMAS CROWN: DUPLICITY Strikes a Nostalgic Note

Made for $60M but grossing only $40M, Duplicity was a 2009 box office flop about two former spies turned corporate security experts who team up to defraud their respective companies while wondering whether they are being conned by each other. … Continue reading

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Singin’ in the Rain – A Unified Analysis of Technology, Stars and Representation

EXCERPTED from Keith Johnston’s: “Coming Soon: Film Trailers and the Selling of Hollywood Technology,” (MacFarland, 2009)  pp 13-17, by permission of the Author. From the point of view of film history, the Singin’ in the Rain trailer could be regarded … Continue reading

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