If the headers in the yellow and green boxes are displayed with too much surrounding space or if text doesn't fit those frames, it’s because your browser does not support CSSs and you have set your default font sizes too large or small. You should see, upon choosing a film, an entire review within this window without need to scroll; in a small number of cases, the review wouldn't fit, so links are provided to reach the continuation.
This web site was updated May 30, 2007. This site was upgraded in content, adding titles from recent CyberNet issues, as well as titles never before in the CyberNet.
CyberNet readers may want to check out these reviews which have yet to appear in the Cable/Satellite column and which were not included originally:
Marius (1931)/Fanny (1932)/Cesar (1936), Flight From Glory (1937), The Night of January 16th (1941), Silver Streak (1934), and Uncertain Glory (1944).
These reviews have yet to appear in the Cable/Satellite column although some have been on this web page since its debut in September 1998:
Ace Drummond (1936), Animal Farm (1954), The Arrangement (1969), Buck Rogers (1938), Champagne For Caesar (1950), Colonel Effingham’s Raid (1945), Fly by Night (1943), Four Frightened People (1934), Hurricane Express (1931), I Cover The Waterfront (1933), Isle of Lost Ships (1929), Isn’t Life Wonderful? (1923), Manhunt of Mystery Island (1945), Nothing But The Truth (1942), Penthouse (1933), Public Defender (1932), Rich And Strange (1932), Spitfire (1943), Street Angel (1928), The Simpsons: “A Streetcar Named Marge”, The Tunnel (1936), Tol’able David (1921), Unashamed (1938), We the Living (Noi Vivi) (1942), Woman Chases Man (1937), You Came Along (1945), Zorro Rides Again (1937)
Betsy Speicher’s CyberNet was a monthly-or-more emailing on Objectivist happenings and the original place of electronic publication for most of these reviews. It suspended publication May 2007, although its editor continues as the facilitator of The Forum For Ayn Rand Fans. Information about the CyberNet may continue to be available at the CyberNet information page or the page for it sample issue or its page of current headlines.
Other sites of mine that may be of interest:
Review of the 1986 biography of Ayn Rand, listing numerous of its errors
College Degrees without Classroom Attendance (based on my own experiences)
Articles about Movies (Selections from my Newsgroup Postings)
The premiere source for information on Ayn Rand and Objectivism is The Ayn Rand Institute.
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