Category Archives: G

Rita Hayworth in “Gilda” (1946) – reviewed by George

This is a triangle romance with one woman and two men, but it is a real classic of the genre. The three principals are all great: Hayworth as the woman and Glenn Ford and George Macready as the men. The … Continue reading

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Godzilla, King of the Monsters (2019) – reviewed by George

I’m always ready for a new monster movie, and this one is really good. It’s also big, and the monsters all look great in super CGI and motion capture. And what a cast! So many people I know and like, … Continue reading

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Goosebumps 2 (2018) – reviewed by George

Beautiful photography – wet sidewalks reflecting the lights of the small city – starts the movie. And then we meet the members of a family, older sister Sarah (Madison Iseman) who is typing a report about fear, mom Kathy (Wendi … Continue reading

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TV Quotes: The Graham Norton Show, 12-27-2019, taken from BBCA by George

On the Red Chair: Egard, an internal care doctor from Chelmsford, told about being a medical school student in South Africa, Namibia to be exact. Because of a shortage of doctors Egard and his fellow students got a chance to … Continue reading

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Grounded for Christmas (2019) – reviewed by George

This Lifetime movie begins with a huge snowstorm blanketing the midwest, and with Nina Rooney (Julianna Quill), a pilot, telling her parents (via phone) that she has to work and once again cannot come home for Christmas, and then packing … Continue reading

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Goya’s Ghost (2007) Reviewed by Anita ***

Top-notch star-studded cast is what you will find in this film. Set in 18th/19th century Spain, Goya’s Ghost is a hot bed of the problems of the times. Milos Forman created a world that is rich in intrigue, history, and … Continue reading

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Groundhog Day (1993) – reviewed by George

Well, it’s not a Thanksgiving movie, but it IS a Holiday movie. Okay, I don’t know anybody who gets a holiday from work on February 2, but you know what I mean. Phil Connor (Bill Murray) is a TV weatherman … Continue reading

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The Guru (2002) – reviewed by George

The movie begins with a Bollywood number, because the hero, Ramu Gupta (Jimi Mistry), teaches Indian dancing (in India). But he has a secret yearning to be a dancer in Hollywood musicals, so when his cousin Vijay (Emil Marwa) writes … Continue reading

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G.I. Joe: Valor vs. Venom (2004) – reviewed by George

This CGI animated feature is pretty good, but I had to see about half of it to begin appreciating it. I guess that’s because the intended audience is adolescents. Basically the G.I. Joes make up an organization of men and … Continue reading

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Goosebumps (2015) – reviewed by George

Perfect for Halloween viewing, with some very scary moments and some terrifying ones as well. Also humor and some twists. Zach (Dylan Minnette) is sent to live with his Aunt Gale (Amy Ryan), who also works at the local high … Continue reading

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