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cigarjoe

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  1. I rated it at about a 6/10, didn't really care all that much about it to worry about the stuff that is frustrating you. The avalanche was a bit far fetched also knocking over pinnacles of rock and then the searchers easily finding just Frank's hat and rifle. Full disclosure I don't even know who Bonita Granville was . Another full disclosure I couldn't tell Belita from Bonita, lol.
  2. He's really good in the Western Seven Ways from Sundown (1960).
  3. Directed competently and stylishly by Craig Gillespie. The film was written by Steven Rogers and based on the sometimes contradictory interviews with all the participants. I, Tonya sort of depicts a modern take on the type of small time racketeering that in Classic Hollywood would have focused on boxing or horse racing. One of the bennies of watching a lot of Film Noir is that you become very familiar with a large range of actors from the classical period Noirs through the transitional Noirs to our current era of Neo Noir who seem made for certain parts and they easily slip into certain
  4. What, you missed the White Trash Tragedy On Ice?
  5. I was thinking a whole Noir ice capade full of all the film noir tropes. Something like Pennies From Heaven.
  6. I forgot about that Noir-ish opening ice dance that was impressive.
  7. PS couldn't get the spoiler hide [spoiler] to work anybody find a new way to do it since the format changes?
  8. Here is my review from 2012 Suspense 1946 Another weird Noir that's a mix of suspense, crime, love story and ice capades? Dir. by Frank Tuttle with Stars: Belita, Barry Sullivan, Eugene Pallette, Albert Dekker and Bonita Granville. spoiler The proprietor of a boardwalk ice-skating show (Decker) promotes a peanut-vendor at the show (Barry Sullivan) to a management position based on suggestions he made to improve the act of the show's star (Belita), who also happens to be the owner's wife . However, he soon begins to notice that his new manager is paying more attention to hi
  9. Mincemeat is a classic pie flavor that traditionally contains fruit, pecans, brandy and citrus zest.
  10. Fee legal help https://www.americanbar.org/groups/legal_services/flh-home/flh-free-legal-help/
  11. Interesting quote, no? "Power don't come from a badge, or a gun. Power comes from lying. Lying big and getting the whole dam world to play along with you. Once you got everybody believing what they know in their hearts ain't true, you got them by the balls." (Senator Roark - Sin City (2005)
  12. I think it was just the meltdown and house blowing up.
  13. Yea those beetle bug shaped cars look alike until you see the side by side lol , of course the Jag has a grill the Porsche does not and there is a fender line and a dip in the side of the Jag at the door. Thanks its fixed. I think I caught all the references.
  14. Don't worry ElCid I'm not gonna loose any sleep over your lack of appreciation. I put it there for those who may appreciate it.
  15. Maybe to sterilize her skinless-ness?
  16. Well he can just make them "ACTING" appointments then can't he?
  17. Well, when you've seen the film numerous times and have a lot of thoughts about it, Mike Hammer, and Mickey Spillane's novels, and related works of cinematic art, you tend to have a lot to say. You TikiSoo, may especially be interested in the original ending of the novel as Spillane wrote it. Its in red at the end so you can scroll to it. You'll realize that that scene is partially used earlier in the film when Meeker confronts Gabby in the flop hotel.
  18. I was fishing this weekend but I did catch it on Noir Alley My Review of the film and the many different Mike Hammers films and TV shows based on Spillane's character. (Friday, December 14, 2018) It includes the original ending of the novel at the very bottom, for those curious. Kiss Me Deadly (1955) Nuclear Noir "Remember me." At this point in time, I've now seen quite a few of the various realizations of Mickey Spillane's New York City private detective Mike Hammer, They all have their pluses and minuses of one sort or another. Let's run them down. Leaving Kiss Me Deadly
  19. I say we rename dog **** "Trump" As in I was outside walking and accidentally stepped in some fresh Trump. Now I have to go scrape the Trump off the bottom of my shoes.
  20. And the point of posting this while millions of Americans are dying from the ineptitude of Twump is what?
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