Category Archives: E

Thriller (the British Programme), Episode 9 “The Eyes Have It” (1973)

Three anarchists break in to a Clinical Training Center for the Blind. Present at the time: one doctor and seven students: four young men and three young women. The leader of the gang of three kills the doctor to silence … Continue reading

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Everything I Have Is Yours (1952) – reviewed by George

A young married couple, Pamela and Chuck Hubbard (Marge and Gower Champion), is rehearsing on stage with chorus for their Broadway debut in the musical “My Sunday Girl” and it’s now 3 a.m.The director is saying that it worked better … Continue reading

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Eye of the Beast (2006) – reviewed by George

This film is so well-made by everyone before and behind the camera that it transcends the horror genre and enters the ranks of suspense films. Obviously I’m recommending it.Filmed im Winnipeg, Manitoba, it tells the story of a giant fresh … Continue reading

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Edge of Tomorrow (2014) – reviewed by George

An alien invasion force has decimated most of Europe and has taken an almost unimaginable number of human lives. England is currently safe, but the fact of the enemy crossing the Channel seems inevitable.This is a good sci-fi movie with … Continue reading

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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) – reviewed by George

“How happy is the blameless vestal’s lot! The world forgetting, by the world forgot. Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind. Each prayer accepted and each wish resigned.” Alexander Pope Joel (Jim Carrey) is unhappy and impulsive – not a good … Continue reading

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Enter Laughing (1967) – reviewed by George

This film, about a young man who wants to be an actor, is comedy perfection. David Kolowitz (Reni Santoni) works as a machinist for Mr. Foreman (Jack Gilford), but dreams of being Ronald Coleman. In the Bronx his opportunities are … Continue reading

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Elmer Elephant (1936) – reviewed by George

A Walt Disney Silly Symphony, and like most of those a real classic. Elmer is on his way to Tllie Tiger’s birthday party, and he has a bouquet as her present. When he arrives the party is already in full … Continue reading

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Jonny Lee Miller is Sherlock Holmes in “Elementary”, Season 7, Episode 13 (2019) – reviewed by George

Episode 13: The Last Bow Okay, Odin Reichenbach (James Frain) was tried, found guilty, and sentenced to 148 years in prison. And today, about three years later, Joan Watson (Lucy Liu) is being interviewed on “Morning Show” by Joan Lunden. … Continue reading

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Jonny Lee Miller is Sherlock Holmes in “Elementary”, Season 7, Episodes 10, 11, and !2 (2019) – reviewed by George

Episode 10: The Latest Model When Joan (Lucy Liu) contacted Phoenix about that case where the upset motorist was shot before he could poison dozens of people, it prompted a minion to ask Odin Reichenbach (James Frain) if he wanted … Continue reading

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Jonny Lee Miller is Sherlock Holmes in “Elementary”, Season 7, Episodes 7, 8, and 9 (2019) – reviewed by George

Episode 7: From Russia with Drugs Captain Tommy Gregson (Aidan Quinn) is back on the job full-time, and Captain Dwyer (Rob Bartlett) makes a really good “Welcome-back-I’ll-see-you-around” speech. But it may be that Dwyer’s interactions with female cops like Bree … Continue reading

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