Monthly Archives: September 2015

Ed (1996) – reviewed by George

Matt LeBlanc can say a line that from another actor would be sarcastic, nasty, or just plain rude, and make it funny. And in this movie he does, over and over, playing a sweet lovable guy who wants really intensely … Continue reading

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Bell Book and Candle Reviewed by Anita: 4 Stars

As we approach Halloween a film comes to mind that is a personal favorite of mine.  Book and Candle a 1958 American romantic comedy film.   Directed by Richard Quine.  The movie stars  Kim Novak as a witch who casts a spell on her … Continue reading

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Limitless (the movie – 2011, and the TV series – 2015) – reviewed by George

I had not seen the movie, though my wife had, and she loved it. I wanted to see it before I saw the TV series version, so I got it back from Netflix. I think it’s every bit as good … Continue reading

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Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris – reviewed by George

The first episode of this new show was broadcast live last week. This week Neil began (live) by announcing that Best Time Ever was the number one hashtag show last Tuesday. And then he showed one of them – this … Continue reading

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Dumb Captions # 27: Entertainment Tonight, Season 35, Episode 8, 9-22-15

While introducing the birthday segment, a question was asked to give a clue to whose birthday it might be: “The first job of one Happy Days star was feeding dogs. Was it HENRY WINKLER, SCOTT BAIO, OR RON HOWARD?” The caption … Continue reading

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The Whole Town’s Talking ( 1935) – reviewed by George

Well, this is an Edward G. Robinson unlike anything I had ever seen before. He plays a timid office drone, A.F. Jones, who happens to look exactly like Public Enemy No. 1, “Killer” Mannion. Of course he plays Mannion as … Continue reading

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Godzilla, King of the Monsters (1956) – reviewed by George

Raymond Burr stars in this American version of the original Japanese film “Gojira”, which opened in Japan in 1954. The movie opens with Burr’s reporter character Steve Martin (hee, hee) in a wrecked building coming back to consciousness, discovering a … Continue reading

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Bye Bye Birdie (1963) – reviewed by George

Sue me! I don’t like this movie. This is another case where I think the stage version is better, and for this title I think way, way better. I think it is safe to say that the moviemakers strangled the … Continue reading

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Captions by Dummies # 26 – Masters of Sex, Season 3, Episode 9, “High Anxiety”

Betty (Annaleigh Ashford) to Helen (Sarah Silverman), who wants their daughter to have a Barbara Eden as “Jeannie” hairdo: “But no hat.” Helen: “I love the hat!” Betty: “Hel, that hat looks like it’s for a monkey who should be playing … Continue reading

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TV Quote # 41 – The Simpsons, Season 26, Episode 22, “Mathlete’s Feat”

Homer gets a nice reception from other parents for his singing, and delightedly says, “I feel like Beethoven.  When Charles Grodin finally accepted him as his dog.”

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