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Kubrickbuff

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  1. Just because a person likes modern films doesn't mean that he is under 30 years old? I am 19 years old and I love classic movies too but I enjoy modern films as well, it's ok to like all kinds of movies.
  2. It's one of the best films of the past 15 years. A beautiful and haunting film.
  3. Anything from John Carpenter. Halloween, Escape from New York, The Thing, They Live.
  4. Blade Runner and The Day the Earth Stood Still.
  5. It would make either a romance story or an epic science fiction film.
  6. Thanks for the recommendation Kim, I need to remember to set my alarm clock for that day.
  7. Hi, it's nice to meet you. Well, their are quite a few classic films that have made an effect on me but I will just give you a random list of them Bringing Up Baby Casablanca On the Waterfront Vertigo Rear Window North By Northwest West Side Story It Happend One Night Mr. Smith Goes To Washington Notorious The Genreal City Lights I need to see more but those are the ones that I love so far. I just saw A Streetcar Names Desire, I didn't like it, it was boring.
  8. Don't worry, it's just for this month. TCM will return to their regular porgramming on March 3rd or 4th.
  9. A Clockwork Orange and Repo Man are my suggestions.
  10. I would say Yea too. I think that his best work was in Jaws though.
  11. Hey, welcome to the board. I must admit that I don't know a lot about classic films and that's why I am watching TCM so I can discover them and I am enjoying most of them so far. I do agree, TCM has the best programming.
  12. I do agree that I don't understand why everytime they show a couple of newer movies someone has to complain. We get it already that you don't like it but complaining is not going to change anything, TCM is still going to show that film so you are wasting your time.
  13. Don't worry, TCM is only showing films from every decade this month, in march they will return to their regular programming and they are still showing mostly older films anyway so don't worry. I do agree though that I would like to see more films on TCM that are hard to find so I can discover them because I am interested in seeing them.
  14. I was just curious to why he was pointing out that TCM is playing a couple of newer movies from time to time. TCM is still showing more older films then they are newer films so what's the problem? I have the right to speak my opinion too, don't take that right away from me, it doesn't make me a rude person. Sorry if you can't handle someone elses opinion. I was never rude to bio47.
  15. Thanks, I will try to see Arthur.
  16. Thanks Kim, I was hoping that your feelings wouldn't get hurt over my post about Gandhi, I respect yours and everyone elses opinion about the film.
  17. I actually got this movie on DVD for christmas and I must say that it's a powerful film. Peter Finch is amazing. The news and media has become even more powerful over the years and still controls us and tells us what we should think or not to think. I think that this movie and Ace in the Hole are the best satires on the news and media.
  18. Bette Davis was beautiful in my opinion and a wonderful screen presence. I don't agree that her acting was poor, she was ahead of her time if you ask me.
  19. No offence but I really didn't like this movie, too pretentious like most historic films. I think that Tootsie should of won the oscar that year, I know that people are going to hate me for saying that but it's what I belive.
  20. How about your health? How about family? How about your job? How about actually making it in life? Any of these things ring a bell or are you too careless, even about your family, you only care about TCM don't you, what is wrong with you people?
  21. My personal opinion is that TCM should rent more old movies rather than new ones. ...and that is exactly what they do.
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