Go Ahead and Walk on By

The Breakfast Club (1985) has always fascinated me as a piece of pop-culture. It's a movie that had critical and box office success. It's weathered thirty-two years and is remembered as one of the defining movies of the 1980s. And I don't understand why? Its narrative goes nowhere. Its characters are thin. And it's condescending… Continue reading Go Ahead and Walk on By

The Ruling Class in 2017

Crimes Against Cinema is a blog devoted primarily to bad and "B" movies, but I'm going to break that rule for now. This movie wasn't successful in it's time, but to me it's a classic and I feel it is imperative that it be a part of your life. The Ruling Class (1972) is a┬ápolitical… Continue reading The Ruling Class in 2017