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About morrell2000

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    Classic films, sports, reading about history and politics, going to musicals, home improvement projects. I'm pretty boring I guess.
  1. I've seen so many titles that have been labeled as film noir, so I think you are right about film noir being subjective. I think film noir is definitely more subjective than other film genres.For me, film noir has a distinctive feel to it though.
  2. Claire Trevor is wonderful in this movie. The voice-over narration by Trevor's character is a nice asset to this film.
  3. In my opinion, this is one of the best classic comedies ever. Demarest and Bracken are superb!
  4. Of course I agree with everyone on Blondell. She made a great pre-code lady. Ann Dvorak was a representative pre-code woman in my opinion. She is quite underrated.
  5. Good analysis. Magnificent Obsession is a sort of 'pay it forward' type movie. Both versions have merit and are very good. While I think my favorite version is the one from 1954(I saw that one first), I feel that Robert Taylor really impressed me with his Bob Merrick. While I love Hudson's performance, Taylor seemed to really be trying to become a break-out actor in this role.
  6. As a newbie too, I understand your comment. Also, I have enjoyed seeing many noir movies that I have not previously seen before. The host is very good as well.
  7. Yes, I think even Kate Hepburn talked about them hanging out. I may be mistaken though. But they definitely were friends off the set.My bromance contribution: Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra.
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