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Ratskiwatski

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  1. I believe the 23rd is The Emperor's 100th birthday. Looking forward especially to Dodesukaden, which I've never seen, and to Sajuro, which I haven't seen in many years. Bow to the Master!
  2. "Time Enough At Last", which is the episode with Burgess Meredith as the last survivor of an atomic bomb blast. Several people have mentioned it. I've seen it a dozen times, and I never get tired of it. Irony?
  3. In theatres: The Informant!, which was very amusing. Matt Damon was the best thing about it, and he was very good. On DVD: The Fallen Idol from the Criterion Collection.
  4. There are a few I like very much: Peter Sellers in DR. STRANGELOVE, Fredrick March in SEVEN DAYS IN MAY, and, most especially, Jeff Bridges in THE CONTENDER. Jeff Bridges is the most under-rated actor alive, in my humble opinion.
  5. Gone With the Wind )too long by at least an hour) Wizard of Oz Easy Rider My Fair Lady (most musicals, for that matter) The Philadelphia Story Rules of the Game (never able to get through it) Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Lord of the Rings I'm sure there are more, but these are the ones that come to mind.
  6. I agree with many of these choices. However, for me, a couple of opening scenes stand out. One Is the Sarah Siddons Award ceremony which opens ALL ABOUT EVE. Also the glass globe shattering in CITIZEN KANE, followed by News On the March. And how about the credit sequence of ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST, ending with that fly crawling across Jack Elam's face?
  7. How about these? Maybe in place of the STAR WARS movies, which are soooooooo tired: GODZILLA (the original Japanese film and the American version are available on a double DVD set) ALIEN BILL AND TED'S EXCELLENT ADVENTURE THE BIRDS GALAXY QUEST (continuing the STAR TREK theme) EARTH VS. THE FLYING SAUCERS These are just a few of my favorites.
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