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Film Club: The Rose

Film Club returns for March with a film that many of you may not have heard of. The Rose, from 1979, stars Bette Midler as the title character in a film that is the definition of sex, drugs and rock & roll. 3,359 more words

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sweetarchive reblogged this on and commented:

Here's March edition of Film Club, and this time I'm proud to present a bunch of great and very mixed reviews on The Rose (1979). I got to choose the film this time and realize it was a healthy controversial choice. Enjoy reading my fellow bloggers reviews on this one and thanks so again for Kieron of What About the Twinkie for this awesome idea! *** I would like to add that Bette Midler did not win the Oscars for this role eventually. Sally Field did, so I'm correcting myself. My bad :-)))

FNFC The 10th: The Grand Budapest Hotel and Dark Shadows, 20-03-2015

I HAVE AN ILL. UGH. This means that I actually only watched half of a film last night, because I fell asleep (almost becoming a theme). 1,478 more words

Film Club Leaderboard: March Edition

As promised, March’s edition of Film Club brought something completely different to the table. The Rose, starring Bette Midler, was a unique choice and something that the Film Club members openly admitted to being surprised by. 741 more words

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FILM CLUB: The Prince of Egypt (1998)

This week’s Film Club is Dreamworks’ The Prince of Egypt.

The Prince of Egypt adapts the biblical story of the Exodus.

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Film Club: The Rose

Film Club returns for March with a film that many of you may not have heard of. The Rose, from 1979, stars Bette Midler as the title character in a film that is the definition of sex, drugs and rock & roll. 3,359 more words

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caragale reblogged this on Silver Screen Serenade and commented:

I joined Kieron's Film Club over at What About the Twinkie and we all had our say about The Rose. Go check it out!

Film Club: The Rose

In the March 2015 edition of Film Club, we discussed the classic movie The Rose. Check out what the group thought of this dramatic movie about a singer who has the whole world at her feet, but will risk it all for drugs and the bottle.

Film Club: The Rose

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Film Club - Impaled by Larry Clark

The subject of this film is not for the feint hearted.

The seedy world of pornography and our perceptions of it, are graphically explored in this film. 190 more words

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