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cigarjoe

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  1. Its a lot of fun, give it a watch.
  2. I know you like comedies and Lucy, lol
  3. You have never seen Tom Jones or The Loved One ?
  4. My top 1970s Neo Noir Darker Than Amber (1970) Shaft (1971) Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song (1971) Across 110th Street (1971) The Getaway (1971) Get Carter (1971) Hickey & Boggs (1972) Fat City (1972) Trick Baby (1972) Fleshpot on 42nd Street (1973) Forced Entry (1973) The Friends of Eddie Coyle (1973) The Long Goodbye (1973) The Mad Bomber (1973) Bring Me The Head Of Alfredo Garcia (1974) The Nickel Ride (1974) Chinatown (1974) Death Wish (1974) Lenny (1974) Road Movie (1974) The Ps
  5. 2 Days In The Valley (1996) San Fernando Valley Ensemble Noir "You have one minute to decide the rest of your life..." Another Nice Surprize! Written and Directed by John Herzfeld. Cinematography by Oliver Wood and Music by Anthony Marinelli. Film Editing was by Jim Miller and Wayne Wahrman. The film stars Danny Aiello (Once Upon A Time In America, Do the Right Thing, Léon: The Professional ) as Dosmo Pizzo, Greg Cruttwell as Allan Hopper, Jeff Daniels (The Lookout) as Alvin Strayer, Teri Hatcher as Becky Foxx, Glenne Headly (Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Dick Tracy) as
  6. 2 Days In The Valley (1996) San Fernando Valley Ensemble Noir "You have one minute to decide the rest of your life..." Another Nice Surprize! Written and Directed by John Herzfeld. Cinematography by Oliver Wood and Music by Anthony Marinelli. Film Editing was by Jim Miller and Wayne Wahrman. The film stars Danny Aiello (Once Upon A Time In America, Do the Right Thing, Léon: The Professional ) as Dosmo Pizzo, Greg Cruttwell as Allan Hopper, Jeff Daniels (The Lookout) as Alvin Strayer, Teri Hatcher as Becky Foxx, Glenne Headly (Dir
  7. Time to line them all up against a section of Twumps Wall.
  8. Looking for a new place for for Daddy in law to live one he flees from New York State Justice
  9. Been lax over the last month or so on this thread have some catching up to do from September 17, 2020 Cet homme est dangereux (This Man Is Dangerous) (1953) French Riviera Noir Eddie Constantine's second outing as Lemmy Caution. Directed by Jean Sacha. Written by Jacques Berland the adaptation, with additional dialog by Marcel Duhamel and based on Peter Cheyney's novel. Cinematography was by Marcel Weiss. Music by Jean Marion. This second Caution flick was directed by Jean Sacha who also shows some style but this one is lighter in atmosphere and in this film the
  10. Cet homme est dangereux (This Man Is Dangerous) (1953) French Riviera Noir Eddie Constantine's second outing as Lemmy Caution. Directed by Jean Sacha. Written by Jacques Berland the adaptation, with additional dialog by Marcel Duhamel and based on Peter Cheyney's novel. Cinematography was by Marcel Weiss. Music by Jean Marion. This second Caution flick was directed by Jean Sacha who also shows some style but this one is lighter in atmosphere and in this film the back and forth dialogue between Eddie the various women and the gangsters is a bit snappie
  11. OK, The Letter yes a Noir also, lol. Forgot about that one. For me, I'm just not going seek out Nany Drew when there are too many forgotten Noir to discover from here and around the world and not enough time to watch them.
  12. Never watched the Nany Drew movies and I don't like Bette Davis all that much either, except for Beyond the Forest, and her two 60s films What Ever Happened to Baby Jane and Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte. P.S. I didn't even spell Bette Davis name right, lol shows you how much I know about her.
  13. 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.
  14. He's really good in the Western Seven Ways from Sundown (1960).
  15. 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
  16. What, you missed the White Trash Tragedy On Ice?
  17. I was thinking a whole Noir ice capade full of all the film noir tropes. Something like Pennies From Heaven.
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