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bklynrose

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  1. I loved it!! Really didn't expect it to be so good, will sweep the Oscars and looking forward to watching them. I haven't seen The Fighter yet but I think Christian Bale will take the Oscar for supporting. Can't wait till Sunday cat
  2. I agree with Slim, looks like the Social Network is the one to try and beat cat loved the Globes last night
  3. AMEN Sister Wonderly, the ad is still running they took out the part where the mom says no cat
  4. I really like his as a actor I believe he had really showed that he can do alot of different characters, loved him in Exodus. Its to bad we lost him so young, well Sal you will not be forgotton now that we have cable tv. cat
  5. I haven't seen the new ad I guess I change channels fast too, but it reminds me of a Tide commercial that was running where the daughter asked the mother did she see her blouse and the mother says no. She had really worn it, well now they took out the response from Mom so I would guess they got replys from viewers that telling a lie is a lie. Not totally like this but I would think several people will respond to this also, so we will see what Turner does with it. Haven't seen it so I can't make a judgement just yet. cat
  6. You were definitely born in a good year for movies, I was born in 1950 and I know I was going to the movies when I was 10 maybe earlier. The reason I'm sure of this is your favorite movie Sink the Bismark, can you imagine a 10 yr old girl enjoying this movie? Needless to say I didn't and back then you could see 2 movies for just a quarter in bklyn. I would take the neighborhood kids down to the nearest theatre almost every saturday. I still can look back and remember watching that movie and waiting impatiently for the end. funny now not then. Thanks for the look back I have been enjoying
  7. To each his own was my Mom's favorite saying, my hubby can't walk on the floors without his slippers on, I walk around in socks can't stand shoes on my feet in the house. So I would think no matter where you live everyone does there own thing. cat
  8. You are right 58 was a good year for movies Old Man and the Sea - love Tracy 7th Voyage of Sinbad - who didn't love these when they came out Touch of Evil The Vikings - Kirk Douglas A Night to Remember etc, etc
  9. Gigi would have been my pic that year also, musicals are not my favorite type of pic but I do love that one, also I think if someone was born in 39 they would be proud to tell us all, and have a hard time finding one to pick they all were so good. I'm not to crazy about that saying "age is all in your head" or something like that. But I am 60 now and do feel pretty good and now there is alot you can do to keep looking and feeling good as we age, we not our Mom's sons and daughters so we're lucking to be living in the 21st century, I take it as a blessing. cat
  10. I have to say you were born in a good year in movies, what a selection, wow my favorite for your year is How Green was my valley, I watch it every time Fox shows it and their dialog before the movie is great to think they made that on a back lot in Hollywood blows me away, absolutely my favorite.
  11. I was born in 1950, I thought I would have a problem finding a good movie made that year but in my research I found several good ones. Here are a few I really liked Harvey - cute movie I loved Jimmy Stewart in this movie and can't imagine someone else playing it, I read somewhere that he didn't like the way he played it he wanted it more dark but to me its perfect Sunset Blvd - William Holden is great in this movie, I liked him in alot of his movies and the story itself is interesting with Billy Wilder as director and writer (one of my favorite directors) what can go wrong All Abo
  12. I'm so glad I found someone else who didn't like North by Northwest, I've watched it a few times thinking it was me, but no this movie sucks, just proves that good directors can make a lousy movie. cat
  13. I agree there are alot to choose from but to see him in this type of role, after only seeing him in roles that don't take this type of effort, without a doubt he is really scary and crazy in this movie cat
  14. Haven't seen it yet, but I did see Inception and it was awsome, great story, alot of action which I really don't care for but the story kept me there and its up for best pic for the Globes. cat
  15. I'm glad you mentioned this movie I love watching it and do so every time it comes on, I just hope it doesn't go the way of "Its a Wonderful Life" my husband and I would look for it every day in December and would find it on some channel. Then NBC brought it and now its shows on 2 times and with so many commercials I don't know how people can sit through it. Shame on NBC for putings profits before Christmas memories. cat
  16. Amen to that statement we are not our mother's daughters cat
  17. Love this actress she is the only one I believe that can hold the top spot when acting with the great B Davis, wasn't that crazy about the ending of Lady with the Red Hair but my channel is turned to turner all day today. cat
  18. Someone mention HGWT been watching it for a few months now and never realized how sexy Boone was, and smart too woo hooo, bet he was hot with the stars back in the day. Well got alittle carried away but I have been watching the Western channel more lately. cat
  19. I for one enjoy others talking about films I haven't seen yet, I mean what are these discussions suppose to be about? Films and MFF has been nothing but polite to others who show the same courtesy to him. cat
  20. Watched it and really enjoyed it and your right Cronyn steals this pic cat
  21. Come on I'm new here and just saw your post not everyone checks these out every day, you should have given people more time but if you do come back I'm cat and glad to meet you cat
  22. Are these films going to be shown on turner, I don't remember seeing this on, bummer if I missed it sounds like a great film cat
  23. I've been doing housework and trying to watch this movie so I've missed half of it bummer because I haven't seen it before. Looking forward to Sweet Smell of Success so glad they gave it the eight o'clock time line it really showed his talent against Burt and thats hard to do I love him also. All the bad press he had back in the day, but whenever I saw him talking on TV he always had a smile and a laugh so I would guess he loved his life and was very humble about all his success. cat
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