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jameselliot

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About jameselliot

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  1. I enjoyed Battle. It was different and fun.
  2. This thread is poisoned. The board needs a moderator.
  3. Richard Johnson (Bulldog Drummond in two films), Clive Owen, Kerwin Mathews (two OSS 117 movies, The Viscount), Stanley Baker,
  4. I watched it and despite all the rave reviews, I was bored.
  5. I finally caught the ultra-rare, very overlooked Two Gentlemen Sharing, a well-acted British "swinging London" racial drama made in 1969. Robin Phillips and American actor Hal Frederick are Oxford grads sharing a flat and their love interests are Judy Geeson and Esther Anderson. Things don't work out well. It's like the flip side of To Sir With Love, Geeson's first film. Two Gentlemen was not distributed in Great Britain and there was never an official DVD or VHS release. The BFI finally recognized it last year. It's currently showing on Amazon Prime and I believe it would be a good programming choice for TCM. http://www.samiraahmed.co.uk/two-gentlemen-sharing-swinging-londons-race-picture/ Hal Frederick became a Los Angeles restaurateur. He'd be the perfect guest to have for a TCM showing. https://postandbeamla.com/qa-with-hal-frederick-of-hals-bar-grill/
  6. Hollywood shaking that flour sack to get just a little more flour. The Two Jakes failed. Why would a prequel be any better? As for Mason, I'm happy watching reruns and Warren Williams' films. Too bad Robert Downey Jr can't play Mason as was planned. That might have been interesting.
  7. Until recently, his TV show was in reruns. He did a skit with Clint Eastwood and Fess Parker that was really funny and one in color with Fred Gwynne in full Herman Munster costume. I liked the show more than his films.
  8. I'll try to call. I'm not adding a sports package to get TCM. This is another dumb corporate decision at Comcast. And they don't get why cable is taking a hit.
  9. His role in Medium Cool fit him like a well-tailored suit.
  10. The 3rd one really stunk. However Lambert Wilson was hilarious.
  11. The only bio flicks that worked for me were Dragon, the Bruce Lee story and The Doors. I can't think of any actor who could do a convincing Steve McQueen or a script that would be worth spending millions on. Better to just watch his films and the documentaries about him. There's lot of interesting material on YouTube such as Man On The Edge, narrated by James Coburn.
  12. This is troubling. https://io9.gizmodo.com/u-s-military-issues-warning-to-troops-about-incel-viol-1838412331
  13. The Magic Garden of Stanley Sweetheart -(1970 MGM) Don Johnson supposedly hated the film. I'd like to see it again.
  14. Always very good, very watchable even in total junk like Tales of the Unexpected, a crummy British anthology series hosted by Roald Dahl.
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