Category Archives: T

Twilight (1998) Reviewed by Anita **

Unscrew that face. This is not a review about those dumb ass vampires that ruined the entire genre of the undead in my opinion. However I will say this film is just as sad. What makes it worse is Twilight … Continue reading

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Rita Hayworth in “Tonight and Every Night” (1944) – reviewed by George

A wartime musical solidly set in England showing some idea of what the populace was going through in the Blitz, and featuring Rosalind Bruce (Rita) and Judy Kane (Janet Blair) as performers from Saint Louis working with British players at … Continue reading

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Tim and Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie (2011) – reviewed by George

This was very disappointing. After several years of laughing uproariously at Tim and Eric, first in “Tom Goes To the Mayor”, and then in “Tim and Eric Awesome Show Great Job”, which is even funnier, this hideous excuse for a … Continue reading

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Team America World Police (2004) – reviewed by George

Well, to all of you who think Hollywood is headquarters for liberals, here is a Hollywood movie by and for conservatives. The members of the title organization are conservatives through and through, and while there’s lots of humor, it’s not … Continue reading

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A Thousand Kisses Deep (2011) – reviewed by George

This is a strange, strange movie. And there’s a plot point that’s a little difficult to understand, but we’ll get to that later. Mia Selva (Jodie Whittaker, current Dr. Who and even more beautiful as a brunette), enters a hospital … Continue reading

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Together Again (1944) – reviewed by George

Diana Crandall (Mona Freeman) is the daughter of Mayor Jonathan Crandall, who died five years ago. She still finds comfort and feels she gets advice from visiting a life-size statue of him in the town square. Plus the family holds … Continue reading

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Theodora Goes Wild (1936) – reviewed by George

A sign: “Lynnfield, Connecticut – The Biggest Little Town in Connecticut – Population 4426 – Circulation of the Lynnfield Bugle 1201” And under that another sign: “Today – Starting Serially – The Sinner by Caroline Adams – America’s Best Selling … Continue reading

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12 in a Box (2007) – reviewed by George

A couple is driving through a wooded country area, arguing over pretty much everything. He’s driving and she’s got the map and he grabs for it and nearly runs over a man waving them down for help with his car. … Continue reading

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Tolkien (2019) – reviewed by George

This biography of John Ronald Reuel Tolkien starring Nicholas Hoult is quite good. Yes, the film was a financial failure, but pity the people who decided to spend their ticket money on something else, because this is a really marvelous … Continue reading

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Too Many Husbands (1940) – reviewed by George

Mr. William Cardew of Lowndes and Cardew, Publishers, drowned a year ago, and Mr. Henry Lowdes (Melvyn Douglas) is notifying staff that the firm is now Henry Lowndes. Publisher. But his secretary Miss Gertrude Houlihan (Dorothy Peterson) cannot maintain her … Continue reading

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