Cimarron (1960)

“Honey, there’s some things in this country a man has to do a woman just doesn’t understand — it’s different here!” Synopsis: After losing his chance to secure land during the Oklahoma Land Rush of 1889, Yancey Cravat (Glenn Ford) and his new wife, Sabra (Maria Schell) decide to run a newspaper instead. While Yancey […]

Cimarron (1931)

“We’re going into new things, Sabe — a new empire. And I want to help build it for you!”

Working Girls (1986)

[Note: The following review is of a non-Peary title; click here to read more.] “Make sure the client is completely comfortable before you take any money.” Synopsis: A Yale graduate (Louise Smith) works part-time in a Manhattan brothel while pursuing her dreams of a career in photography. Genres: Feminism and Women’s Issues Prostitutes and Gigolos […]

Dirty Harry (1971)

“Now you know why they call me Dirty Harry: every dirty job that comes along…” Synopsis: A rugged police detective (Clint Eastwood) in San Francisco tries to capture a deranged serial killer (Andrew Robinson), but finds his efforts thwarted by bureaucratic heavies, including the city’s mayor (John Vernon) and D.A. (Josef Sommer). Genres: Cat-and-Mouse Clint […]