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Aly_M

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  1. Hi I just wanted to ask people, maybe I am alone in this, but in what I've seen of the artist ( the film with all the oscar noms) it totally turns me off. It looks way too stylized for one thing and I don't think it is doing any sort of tribute to classic films at all. Simply taking the gloss of classic film era and re-imagining it for today's audiences who aren't interested in learning the true classics. Also, I am suprised no one has pointed out that the subplot is exactly like a star is born. Frankly I don't see the purpose of making a silent film today and if they are trying to do a trib
  2. I wanted to comment that I applaud TCM for doing programming birthday tributes to various actors ( actresses) on their birthdays and I will admit I have not been following TCM online or the channel for all that long ( about a year or so) so perhaps I have missed something, but I wanted to mention that I rather disappointed not to see any tribute programming to William Holden on April 17th. I noticed acknowledgement for many actors recently, many that are lesser known and as I mentioned maybe there has been a tribute in previous years, still I think it would've been a nice gesture. There numero
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