Jump to content
 
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

Audreygirl2007

Members
  • Content Count

    92
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Audreygirl2007

  • Rank
    Advanced Member
  1. The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer. I hadn't seen it in so long that I had forgotten how hilarious it was. And the ending is priceless!
  2. I agree with you Catwoman. I liked Heath in The Patriot myself and he's nowhere in the same league as Spencer Tracy. I have no desire at all to watch him in Batman and this is probably very mean of me to say but I can't help but think that had he not have died, that he might not have been nominated, much less won.
  3. WhyaDuck, I saw that movie too. It was pretty good. Sean Penn was great in it. I didn't see the Oscars, but I'm glad he won Best Actor. I am looking foreword to seeing "Milk". It looks really good. I was surprised that it didn't win Best Picture as well. CelluloidKid, I saw your post from September (I'm a little behind on my reading threads, I guess!), and you mentioned "Drugstore Cowboy". I love that movie! I agree with you about Matt Dillon being snubbed for an Oscar Nom for that one. Great movie! That's one of my husband's favorites! Plus, it was filmed in Portland, Oregon; one of my f
  4. I don't watch enough TCM to notice any changes, but even though my cable company doesn't even carry it, I hope they don't start showing commercials during the movies. When AMC first changed their format to show not only newer movies but also commercials in them, I was livid! I even emailed them about it, complaining. These days I am surprised if I see a black and white movie on AMC. I've gotten used to the commercials and newer movies and I guess I'm a hypocrite when I say that I tend to watch AMC a LOT more than other channels, but I would be watching TCM a lot if I could even get it! In the
  5. I just watched this last night and I loved it. Very emotional movie, although I didn't cry. It takes a lot for me to cry while watching a movie. I kind of figured out what was going to happen, but still it was touching. LOVED Cary Grant in this film. What I really wanted to mention was about this kiss that occurs early in the movie. He and Irene Dunn are at a Coney Island-type place. They are sitting at a table opening fortune cookies and then a few minutes later they are shown very close to each other. The picture gets really dim and Cary Grant leans over and kisses her. OMG, I about died whe
  6. *Janice Rule* was in *Goodbye My Fancy* with... *Joan Crawford* Message was edited by: Audreygirl2007
  7. I would be one of the unfortunate ones, and wondered if I am alone in this tragic situation! We can get AMC, which is okay although I absolutely hated it when they went from 'true' classic movies to more modern ones-and then added commercials! The only way I have ever been able to watch TCM is by going out of town. I have been able to watch TCM in Vegas and in Victoria BC, to name a couple. Worst of all, though... my dentist is SO cool. His office is equipped with small flat screen TV's that hang off the wall in each examining room. So whenever I go for a cleaning or whatever, the hygieni
  8. Ha ha, maybe the member thought this section just wanted us to name our favorite romantic comedies! I forget which number it was, but this was just on the AFI's top ten list of romantic comedies. I'll have to rent it now!
  9. This is one movie I can honestly say that I don't like. It's too creepy for me. I do like Bette Davis and she did a good job in it, but I can only bring myself to watch this one once.
  10. I saw this movie a long time ago (because of Audrey Hepburn of course!) and I liked it. I'd like to buy it, or at least see it again. I thought all three of them; Audrey, Shirley and James did a wonderful job in this film.
© 2021 Turner Classic Movies Inc. A Time Warner Company. All Rights Reserved Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Cookie Settings
×
×
  • Create New...