NickAndNora34

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About NickAndNora34

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    My reasoning was based on my mother's obsession with vermin!
  • Birthday 12/06/1996

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    Seattle, WA
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    Film from 30s-2010s
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    Disney

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  1. NickAndNora34

    I Just Watched...

    WEST SIDE STORY (1961; rewatch) Visually stunning and appealing. I very firmly believe this is one of the best films ever made. Even if you don't like musicals, you have to admit the overall messages and camera-work are fantastic. FUNNY FACE (1957) Another rewatch. I haven't seen this in about 5 years or so... Another very visually appealing movie musical featuring Fred Astaire, Audrey Hepburn, and Kay Thompson. The entire opening credit sequence was great, and I always enjoy the "Think Pink" number.
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    NickAndNora34's Disney Movie Journey

    #55: THE LEGEND OF LOBO (1962) *Score: 4/10* The only cast in this consisted of Rex Allen and the Sons of the Pioneers; they chronicled the life of Lobo, the wolf, through the use of narration and song. Long time Disney favorites Oliver Wallace and Richard M. Sherman & Robert B. Sherman worked on the music and title song, respectively, but even that couldn't spice this up. The scenery really made me think of the Thunder Mountain ride at Disneyland, so that was definitely a high point for me. This was really just a huge nature documentary/zoology lesson in film form, but I'd rather have this than any more costume pictures.
  3. NickAndNora34

    Comcast moving TCM to Sports/Entertainment Package

    I don't personally have cable, because it's not worth it in my opinion. I just sponge TCM off my parents' cable package at this point. That's honestly the only channel I watch, since a lot of my favorite show are on Hulu anyway.
  4. NickAndNora34

    Movies That It Sometimes Feels That Only You Alone Like?

    The Pebble and the Penguin (1995) I haven't met anyone else who has liked this, let alone even seen it. My grandparents love penguins, and used to show this to my brother and me on VHS when we used to visit them. I like Don Bluth animated movies, and the voice cast and music are great in this. Barry Manilow apparently had a hand in the soundtrack.
  5. Allegedly, they're putting Darkwing Duck, Goof Troop, TaleSpin, and Chip n Dale Rescue Rangers on there so I'm hyped for those.
  6. That being said, I think a lot of people my age are going to want to sign up for Disney+, after looking at the impressive array of 90s/early 2000s tv shows and Disney Channel Original movies.
  7. how many streaming services am I going to have to sign up for? it's basically just turning into more-expensive cable if all these different groups are fixing to produce a service.
  8. NickAndNora34

    I Just Watched...

    PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM (1972) *Score: 2/5* This was originally a play written by Allen, and he starred in it and wrote the screenplay for the film adaptation. This was alright. I thought it was clever to have Bogie appear every so often to "speak" to Allen's character. I always enjoy Diane Keaton (she was a baby faced 26 here); she's also a huge fashion icon, so there's that.
  9. NickAndNora34

    I Just Watched...

    ROSEMARY'S BABY (1968) *Score: 3.5/5* This is part of my October Scavenger Hunt for my film club. I definitely enjoyed this. It's not my favorite, but I thought the pacing was quite good, and they definitely followed Ira Levin's novel fairly closely. Sure, everyone was good, but I really enjoyed Ruth Gordon as Mrs. Castavet. Holy cow, she stole the show. I wish Patsy Kelly had had more screen time, because I think she's funny too.
  10. NickAndNora34

    NickAndNora34's Disney Movie Journey

    Thank you, Eric. I'll admit I've been in a weird mood about having to get through all of these 50s and 60s live action movies; trying to remind myself of all the good things ahead.
  11. NickAndNora34

    "Movie" v "Film".

    Anyone can join we have members in their 30s and 40s as well, so no restrictions whatsoever on who can join. in order to not completely derail the original thread, if anyone's interested in joining or learning more about the club this is a PSA: feel free to private message me on here 🤗
  12. NickAndNora34

    "Movie" v "Film".

    Just something I do in my free time. It's basically all online, so we have members from all over the world. It was started by a couple college students. We all use the Letterboxd website to share reviews and lists, etc, and then we have a Discord server (a computer program that's primarily used for gaming, but it serves as a chat forum), where we all interact with each other
  13. NickAndNora34

    "Movie" v "Film".

    some of them might be, actually. i haven't checked who's taking part yet (we have over 220 members now so it's sometimes hard to keep track haha).
  14. NickAndNora34

    "Movie" v "Film".

    i caught your drift, speedy, don't worry
  15. NickAndNora34

    "Movie" v "Film".

    All the young people in my "film club" refer to everything as a "film." Honestly, a lot of them are pretentious film students, so they automatically think that by referring to things as "films" instead of "movies," they automatically graduate with high marks and accolades. I hope I don't sound bitter; some of them have been getting on my nerves lately, with saying things like "2001 A Space Odyssey" or "Vertigo" are the "best films of all time..." I personally usually say "I'm going to go see a movie in theaters" or "Wanna watch a movie?"

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