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  1. joefilmone

    Notes on a Scandal (2006)

    Dench is a great villain in this one- all she really wanted was a "friend" but Blanchet asked for it after falling for her twink pupil. A very good psychological horror movie.
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    2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

    I wish Ridley Scott would do it
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    Love the voice of the guy narrating the trailer!
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    2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

    What I really want to see is "Rondesvous with Rama"
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    my thanksgiving viewing

    I associate Thanksgiving with "King Kong" (1933) in the ancient days they use to run on regular tv
  6. Ray Bradbury never saw a good film adapation of his books- "Fareheit 451" is dull, "The Illustrated Man", even duller both would make much better movies.
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    2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

    Those look awesome - the sort of poster image that made you want to see the movie,
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    Time for a remake!
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    This is a grear script and classic Matheson tale- terror out of an ordinary situation. The scene in the diner when Weaver ( who is excellent as the every man hero trapped in a nightmare) is trying to figure out who the identety of the truck driver is a classic study in psychological terror. Now can TCM please show "Killdozer"- actually lets do an entire spolight series on these made for tv- thrillers.
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    A classic thriller from a great script by Richard Matheson and effective performance by Dennis Weaver. Spielberg's imaginative direction made it more than just an average tv movie of the week.
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    To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar (1995)

    The movie works as a classic movie fantasy- if it had been done in the 50's it could have been a musical- I can see Gene Kelly in the Patrick Swayze role. Leguizamo is truly amazing performance- his level of realness belongs in another more serious movie.
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    Interstellar (2014)

    Christopher Nolan's sci fi/ family drama epic aims for the stars and almost gets there. An ambitious script co-written Jonathan is smart and has some moments of breathtaking beauty but their "2001; A Space Oddessy" with heart needed some careful trimming it's at least 1/2 hour too long and has three potential endings. But this is worth a look on a big screen is you are a classic sci-fi fan.
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    The movie is a mix of the Hollywood gothic ( "Sunset Blvd" - "Baby Jane") with the then popular anything goes 1960's sex - ( look at the lurid poster to see how they were selling the movie) YEah it does feel like an exploitation picture- those Kardashian creatures are beyond camp- it takes a bit of wit and brains to create it- something they lack.
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    Why is Hollywood in Decline? Look a movie with and for old ****- sorry classic Hollywood stars
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    Why is Hollywood in Decline?

    Hollywood has always catered to the young audience. I do agree that there are many modern directors who have no understanding of classic story telling- so we end up with over blown CGI spectacles.

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