The Ink Well Archive
From The Ink Well - Citizen Kane: Doug Palumbo hammers out his reasons why "The Greatest Film" hasn't stood The Test Of Time...
"Why Heroes Will Always be Cowboys," By Doug Palumbo (webhead73) - A Brief Look Into the American Movie Icon: Roy Rogers.
Transformers - There is nothing pretentious about this film and it makes no apologies for its lack of original storytelling. The whole film is stamped with the Michael Bay style (big explosions, roaring car chases, and seemingly misplaced comedic moments) and follows the Hollywood formula of over-the-top special effects and flashy edits which seems to be the accepted norm for the modern, attention deficit laden viewing public.
Wizard World Philadelphia 2007 - Doug Palumbo reports on the Comics Convention in Philadelphia and offers some in-site on how these things should be done better...
Finding The Fedora Bar - "During Prohibition, the restaurant (known as Charlie’s Garden) was run as a law-abiding operation. However, as was the case with many “legitimate” businesses during that time, they also ran a speakeasy in the back of the building, complete with passwords and a hidden door."
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