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  1. virginia1995

    TCM Forums, a soap opera

    good for you, kim.
  2. virginia1995

    TCM Forums, a soap opera

    You're crazy! You WANT TO BE RUDE TO NEW POSTERS???? And you really think that young posters get on here JUST to see how many posts they can make, and to recieve a lot of attention? that is so low.
  3. virginia1995

    TCM Forums, a soap opera

    Hey otterhere, Do you have something completely against me? I also started the post, "Depressing Films", and you basically said the same thing. It sounds like you are against young people being on this board. Well, hate to tell you this, but I AM staying on this board. And I don't belong to "Facebook" or "Myspace" or any of those sites! What makes you think that everyone that's young does? And even if they do, there is nothing wrong with that. And I came to this board when, after I got cable, and started watching TCM, and found the website, I registered, and posted on message boards. And new movies being discussed is okay, you know. It's not banishing old movies forever. And there are not a lot of posts discussing new movies. I agree with you kimpunkrock.
  4. virginia1995

    TCM Forums, a soap opera

    *Well, if people want to have discussions with each other, use the TCM email.*
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    TCM Forums, a soap opera

    I have nothing against anyone here in the TCM forums, but guys, come on! The TCM forums are turning into a soap opera! I mean, let's respect each other's opinions, or ignore them, and just answer the author's question! I know, it's fun to have that drama, (believe me, I enjoy watching some people go back and forth) but let's either don't respond to someone we're mad at, or respond in a polite way. And I don't have a problem with people who disagree and express it in a polite way! And another thing, I've seen some of you use language before, and I'd like to remind everyone that there are younger posters out there, and it is a little uncomfortable to see that some posters use bad language. I'm not trying to be a goody goody, although I'm SURE it sounds like it. Please, briefly look over the message board of etiquette. And I am against NO ONE here! I enjoy seeing everyone's post, and opinions. But let's cut down on this on going drama. It's hilarious! If we're going to have a soap opera here, let's use movie lines and be even more dramatic, in a funny way. And one more thing, some posters are rude to new posters. And believe me when I say, some new posters are young posters, (like myself) and nothing feels worse (well not NOTHING) than being critisized by middle aged people. Please don't get mad at me for posting this. PLEASE. I mean harm to NO ONE. -virginia1995
  6. virginia1995

    TCM...sticking by the Classics..ONLY

    Goodness, there is some drama going on! Ava-- I agree.
  7. virginia1995

    [b]...A THOUSAND YEARS.[/B]

    Irene Dunne in The Awful Truth Rosiland Russel in My Girl Friday Ginger Rogers in Roberta Barbara Stanwyck in Night Nurse James Cagney in White Heat (ha :-D, this is an odd list! LOL)
  8. virginia1995

    reruns

    oh that's nice. they're showing reruns of the stuff i've had to sit through in february?! or the stuff i've had to turn and all the good movies, like now voyager, etc. comes on at 12:30 in the morning. that's annoying. i'll need some new batteries for my remote. :-(
  9. virginia1995

    Ever seen a superstar?

    When "Walk the Line" was being made, my dad, me and my brother (and my dog) all walked down to where they were shooting to watch. We saw Joaquin Phoenix, Reese Witherspoon, all them. And when the director said, "action" my dog yapped his head off. And yes, Joaquin Phoenix and the director looked over at us. And yes, it was the most embarrasing thing that ever happened. And to make it worse, I fell. Have you ever seen a superstar?
  10. virginia1995

    Ever seen a superstar?

    When "Walk the Line" was being made, my dad, me and my brother (and my dog) all walked down to where they were shooting to watch. We saw Joaquin Phoenix, Reese Witherspoon, all them. And when the director said, "action" my dog yapped his head off. And yes, Joaquin Phoenix and the director looked over at us. And yes, it was the most embarrasing thing that ever happened. And to make it worse, I fell. Have you ever seen a superstar?
  11. virginia1995

    TCM 1 or TCM 2 ?

    You could have a seperate channel, OR you could choose which one you wanted. For instance, there would be two small screens on the tv, and you could select the one you want. By pressing, "exit" though, you could go back to the original screen, or whatever, and select the other one. I have directv and there is something like that for sports. My dad thought of a GREAT idea though: Old movies on pay per view! Scroll down and select the one you want to play, if it's not on TCM. Nice idea, Violet.
  12. virginia1995

    This is a GREAT movie...

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0027189/ This is a great movie, it's with Gary Cooper who is magnificent in it.....Just wanted to share.....I saw it on TCM after we got Directv, and I really enjoyed in it.
  13. virginia1995

    IF YOU WERE A.....

    If you were a director from any time between 1925 to 1950, what kind of movie would you direct, what famous actor/actress would you put in it, what genre, etc. Just curious..... -virginia1995
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    Doris Day film?

    Thanks....

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