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The Birds (1963) – reviewed by George

Alfred Hitchcock’s 49th film, coming right after “Psycho”,  has been called his monster movie. Personally I don’t see it. “The Birds” is really scary, but you’re trying to defend yourself against a flock of birds, not just one bird, which … Continue reading

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The Man from U.N.C.L.E.: Season Two, Disc Ten (1966) – reviewed by George

Episode 28 – The Bat Cave Affair Napoleon Solo (Robert Vaughn) has been sent to the Ozarks where an U.N.C.L.E. agent is testing the ESP of Clemency McGill (Guest Star Joan Freeman), and he is really impressed. She may not … Continue reading

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What are you watching this Mother’s Day? Comment by Anita

Sunday is a really important day, that being Mother’s Day.  She is a focus in our lives and never leaves us.  Unless she is Carrie’s mom.  That poor teenager was done for.  Maybe that rotten mom is not your mom, … Continue reading

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Film Grammar # 13 – The Man from U.N.C.L.E. “The Bridge of Lions Affair, Part II”

The title of Act II:  “Thrush Flaps It’s Wings” Okay, ordinarily an apostrophe would be fine here. That is, if you said “Thrush’s wings”, or “Kuryakin’s wings”. But “it’s” means “it is”, or more rarely “it has”, and obviously “Thrush … Continue reading

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Commentary by Anita: 2018 I’m Analog TV

Hello!  Welcome 2018! As I’m sure you folks noticed I’ve been off the grid for a couple of months.  It is great to be back.  I’m looking forward to reading your take on what you (or we) have been watching.  … Continue reading

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Did you mean to say that? Comment by Anita 2017

I don’t know where to start?  As you know I watch commercials like mini-short-films.  I find them fascinating on a nauseating level.  They both irritate and entertain me at the same time.  Which means I pay attention to the crap they … Continue reading

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Internet issues

Forgive me but I’m going to have to relocate. I am unable to stay online and post my films and comments. The gremlins of technology. Grrrr Be Back ASAP Anita sorry it took me a few days.  thanks for your … Continue reading

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True Identity (1991) – reviewed by George

This Touchstone (a division of Disney) comedy was supposed to introduce the very funny British comic Lenny Henry to American audiences. Unfortunately, with an estimated budget of 15 million dollars, the gross was only $4,693,236. I don’t know what opened … Continue reading

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Welcome Back George!

Welcome Back!  It is great to have you posting again.  We have missed your witty styles and personal takes on film, play and actors.  I have missed ya tons!

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Hard Contract (1969)-Reviewed by Anita -** (yep, minus)

It was a good thing Hard Contract actually said “the end” at the end.  Otherwise I might have started to believe it would NEVER end.  One hell of a long 106 minutes. Starring James Coburn, Hard Contract is a B-level James Bond everything.  From charming assassin … Continue reading

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