Category Archives: T

Rita Hayworth in “They Came to Cordura” (1959) – reviewed by George

An action-suspense movie with a very serious matter at its heart. The Preface: “On the night of March 8, 1916, a large mounted force of Mexican rebels under Pancho Villa crossed the American border and attacked the town of Columbus, … Continue reading

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Rita Hayworth in “Tales of Manhattan” (1942) – reviewed by George

Another anthology movie, but with a thread connecting the stories: a formal tailcoat. In the first story Charles Boyer plays a Broadway star who has an opening night coming up, and his new coat for the after-party is being delivered … Continue reading

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Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride (2005) – reviewed by George

This is a VFX animated musical comedy about marrying a dead person, and it’s really good, A wedding rehearsal is happening today and both sets of parents are very happy. Mr. and Mrs Van Dort (Tracey Ullman and Paul Whitehouse), … Continue reading

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Jonny Lee Miller is Sherlock Holmes in “Elementary”, Season 7, Episodes 1, 2, and 3 (2019) – reviewed by George

Episode 1: The Further Adventures Sherlock and Joan (Lucy Liu) are living in London now, and working with DCI Athelney Jones (Tamsin Greig). They have also reconnected with Kitty Winter (Ophelia Lovibond), who now has a baby boy. At the … Continue reading

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Twister (1996) – reviewed by George

The first time I saw this film I thought how much better it would be if they had just bought the rights to “Heavy Weather” by Bruce Sterling, published in 1994. On this second viewing, when I no longer remember … Continue reading

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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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