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  1. To whom or what were you referring by the word "Mankiewicz"?
  2. I Just Watched...

    Why did you refer to this Dustin Hoffman as "a young Dustin Hoffman" (I had found it to had been unnecessary)?
  3. Charles Manson is dead. At last.

    Could you explain what you had meant by your wish and your using of the phrase "welcome relief"?
  4. Charles Manson is dead. At last.

    I wonder what the creator of this discussion meant by the words "at last"?
  5. James Stewart as SOTM November 2017

    A national TV programming service named Universal Kids might have this movie in their programming on the Friday of the twenty-fourth day of this November (based on the listings for it in the guides to their programming from Zap2it, TitanTV, and TV Guide on the World Wide Web).
  6. I Just Watched...

    I have a question and a comment related to this review: Question: Did you ever see any of the sequels to the movie for this review (either partially or entirely) either before or after posting it (note: one of the sequels was a series of episodes made for television)? Comment: Insulting the character named Fievel was not necessary (I had never liked the idea of referring to any creature as an idiot, whether he or she be real or fictional, and would never like it no matter what).
  7. Disney in Talks to Buy Parts of 20th Century Fox

    You should not assume I would consider something differently from the way I had always considered something based on that phrase (I still believe it was an appropriate one since I was referring to my past up to the moment it was posted).
  8. Shakespeare Could you be more specific about this "Shakespeare"?
  9. Disney in Talks to Buy Parts of 20th Century Fox

    I believe you had either misunderstood or misread my previous message. I had always considered those words to be demeaning words and would still consider them to be demeaning words.
  10. Disney in Talks to Buy Parts of 20th Century Fox

    I had always considered words like "fanboys" and "fangirls" to be demeaning words.
  11. Some folks might feel the same way from using the word to which that phrase ("an 'F' bomb") was often used in reference.
  12. Here are the names of some of my favorite movies based on works of fiction that would had been better without profanity (they had not been mentioned in this discussion thus far). "Life", the one originally released in the year 1999 (this one had more profanity than the other movies referenced in this message) "Back to the Future" "Back to the Future Part II" "Back to the Future Part III"
  13. I believe this was true for many movies originally shown either through theaters or through broadcasters.
  14. Were you being sarcastic?
  15. No. I believe I was using "had" in a proper and appropriate way.

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