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About Jezebelle

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  1. I liked the Oscars. I was iffy about Seth Mcfarland hosting but he made it fun. I thought his jokes racey but not too over the top or inappropriate. I was glad Anne Hathaway took home the Oscar for Actress in a supporting role, I didn't however think Jennifer Lawrence should have beat out Jessica Chastain for Best Actress.
  2. I don't know if a "Yippee" is the right word, but I do kind of miss the essentials. Also most of these Oscar winning movies I've seen.
  3. I agree with the statement "Gaslight is so much better than Gaslight", but I preferred the 1944 one to the 1940 one. The 1940 wasn't as well acted, the characters didn't seem to flow, they were choppy. I mean Charles Boyer (1944) brought his own self ego to the role in the '44 version, and you really disliked him and could see the deciet that was obvious to everyone but to his wife. I was a bit confused when I saw that the years they were made were so close together. Why was it re-made so soon?
  4. Ginger's memior can't have been that bad. I mean, she was Ginger Rogers, that alone is interesting.
  5. {font:arial, helvetica, sans-serif}4. Ginger Rogers - not a great singer, but she made it work (and how!) with Astaire Said LadyE{font} But I think you meant "made it work For Astaire" because I think his work suffered when she wasn't paired with him. There was no magic and the story didn't capture your attention. There are the few acceptions such as *Easter Parade* or *Funny Face*.
  6. That was very professionally spoken, I am impressed.
  7. That's a good idea but for the month you would have to break it into days per actor. And they would have to have a significant part in the movie, not a cameo or a very small part where they are only shown once. Because then it would be confusing as to why the viewers are watching...
  8. I love love love Disney, grew up with it (90s baby) but I think that although Disney's Cinderella is fun and charming, they should play the Rogers and Hammerstein one with Leslie Ann Warren (or Julie Andrews) because those songs are magical.
  9. Ginger Rogers, hands down. No debate. (for singing that its) Acting is a toss up, Edited by: Jezebelle on Jan 14, 2013 4:39 PM
  10. I think *Argo* will take it away from *Lincoln*. The former was kind of a sleeper hit, and people were very impressed with it. Also I think *Wreck it Ralph* is a shoo in for Best Animated Feature.
  11. Really? I read the book some years ago and I must say I found it Frightfully Dull. So I assumed the movie would only highlight that.
  12. I like the show *Copper* but that's from BBC America, so it's not really the same I guess...
  13. Deaths? OH NO!! I love these characters! Wasn't losing William enough? Can't they just let me be!?! I'm only on episode 4 ( I downloaded it because lets be serious, I'm not actually waiting for it to be aired on TV.) and enough heartbreak happened withing the first three episodes. Just let me have my happiness! Edited by: Jezebelle on Jan 2, 2013 11:22 PM
  14. "Gosford Park", I've been meaning to look that up, have you seen it? Is it good?
  15. I was just curious to know who of you watch the acclaimed series "Downton Abbey"? Season 3 starts in the U.S. Janurary 6th and I was wondering if anybody here will tune in. They say that it does well with older Ladies and Gentlemen (not to step on any toes) but I will be watching. I like it but have yet to find others who do.
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