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  1. A little late but I love Waterloo Bridge and watch it a lot of the time when it comes on. Also planning on staying up late and watching Wings tomorrow. Never seen it.
  2. 1. Over the Rainbow- The Wizard of Oz 2. The Way You Look Tonight- Swing Time 3. Moon River- Breakfast at Tiffany's 4. White Christmas- Holiday Inn 5. Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head- Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid 6. Three Coins in the Fountain- Three Coins in the Fountain 7. Sooner or Later- Dick Tracy 8. When You Wish Upon a Star- Pinocchio 9. Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah- Song of the South 10.The Continental- The Gay Divorcee
  3. Tea and Sympathy with Deborah Kerr comes on tomorrow at 4PM. A real hidden gem and probably one of my 5 favorite movies of all time. It seems to be very underseen.
  4. I would say 57- A Face in the Crowd Funny Face An Affair to Remember Paths of Glory The Seventh Seal Throne of Blood Wild Strawberries Heaven Knows Mr. Allison 12 Angry Men Sayonara Pretty tough lineup to beat
  5. That was so bad I just had to laugh. What would possess anyone to do that? Just show the regular movie and don't go to all this trouble just to mess it up.
  6. The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie Ivan the Terrible Breathless Andrei Rublev A lot of Bergman, Through a Glass, Darkly, Seventh Seal, Wild Strawberries, Autumn Sonata, Virgin Spring, The Passion of Anna Bicycle Thieves The Mirror La Strada The 400 Blows Solaris Alexander Nevsky La Notte Z Rashomon Ikiru Throne of Blood M Branded to Kill The Emigrants and The New Land
  7. Kubrick Welles (they are basically tied) Kazan Eisenstein Zinnemann Capra Wilder Hitchcock Ingmar Bergman
  8. Gave this a chance one time because I really didn't think a movie with Clark Gable and Myrna Loy could be that bad. Turns out it was that bad.
  9. I thought both her characters and when I've seen clips of her in real life she seemed very gentle and kind, much like Audrey.
  10. Yes, this is something that scares me about the death of physical media. More obscure films seem to only be available in physical formats so if those go away they may get left behind and become extremely difficult to see. This is counterintutive since it seems like streaming is a smaller investment of resources so you'd think they'd release movies with smaller audiences that way rather than paying for a DVD release. But that's not how it works out.
  11. Audrey Hepburn! So beautiful and kind. Deborah Kerr also seemed like excellent wife material.
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