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Austin3

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  1. I've watched a great many films made during the war, shortly afterward, and some made 20 - 30 years after the fact. One thing concerns me. And that is our childrens children will watch it and ask "Did people really act like that?". I, for one, do *not* want to compared to John Wayne (The Fighting Seebees). The duke may have been an ok actor, but some of his war time films are, to put it lightly, a joke. In all my years I have yet to meet * anyone* who acts like that. Sorry if I've trod on any toes. I also wanted to contribute to the blog, but I can't figure out how. Message was edited by: Austin3
  2. I find it disturbing that so many good films have so many *** really bad *** sequels. I find it equally disturbing when an older film, a film that is regarded a a *classic*, is re-made into a pathetic shadow of its former self. An excellent example of this is the recent celluloid atrocity "The Day The Earth Stood Still". The original is much better, and the remake is an excellent example of someone getting far too close to a typewriter/computer. Message was edited by: Austin3
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