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  1. CinemaInternational

    Upcoming Releases

    My Brilliant Career is a glorious film. Really nice to see it get the Criterion treatment.
  2. CinemaInternational

    And Your Favorite Billy Wilder Film Is...?

    Be afraid. Be very afraid.
  3. CinemaInternational

    And Your Favorite Billy Wilder Film Is...?

    I wrote this about Fedora a few months back. I feel it is Wilder's most overlooked and underappreciated film, and I tried my best to write this review without spoiling the big twist.
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    And Your Favorite Billy Wilder Film Is...?

    I've seen 19 in full of the 25 narrative films. I've only seen large parts of Spirit of St. Louis, never the whole thing, so I'm not counting it. 1 Sunset Boulevard 2 Fedora 3 Sabrina 4 Double Indemnity 5 A Foreign Affair 6 The Major and the Minor 7 Love in the Afternoon 8 Avanti! 9 The Lost Weekend 10 The Apartment
  5. There is nobody alive who doesn't have at least on skeleton in their past or in the closet.
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    Before They Had Names

    Mary Pickford was once referred to as the girl with the golden girls, before she became billed by name.
  7. In commeration of a tight best Actress race this year, a juicy reaction moment from three nominees who lost circa 1974 (1973 films)
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    I Just Watched...

    Just finished watching In Our Time (1944). Ida Lupino was wonderful once again, and the whole film was very interesting and well handled.
  9. HBo beat them to the punch there. Also holding out for Disney presents Dracula.
  10. If it has a cape it will fly at the box office. The new Disney motto.
  11. I am reminded, while reading this, of Steve Martin's joke at the 2001 Oscars that there had been an assult/kidnapping attempt/something like that on Russell Crowe, and Martin blamed fellow nominee Tom Hanks for the attack.
  12. $700 million worth of Black Panther, and $600 million worth of Incredibles 2 will do that to you.... and that is just North America.
  13. There was all political talk too around Shape of Water
  14. Actually yes. Her version of the role is tarter and more acerbic than Juile Andrews' take and she has a lot of fun with all of her one-liners.
  15. CinemaInternational

    Screen Legends, according to Starz

    Fortunately, with TCM though, because it has always had a higher visibility factor than FilmStruck ever did, the outcry would be much louder.

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