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GGGGerald

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  1. Here in the U.S., since we don't have royalty. People often use the middle name to attach status to someone they respect. e.g. "Prince Rogers Nelson" Some of us with very common names see the value in using a middle name from time to time.
  2. The Killers (1964) Ex Machina (2014)
  3. Notice both AQotWF and 1917 are about WWI, to me the most interesting conflict in the modern age for many reasons.
  4. Moscow on the Hudson (1984) Silk Stockings (1957) The Immigrant (2013)
  5. La Caza (1966) Tony Manero (2008)
  6. Greased Lightning (1977) Black Lightning (CW)
  7. Well of course: Keystone Cops (1920's) The King of New York (1990) The scene was a bit too graphic to post. Dog Day Afternoon (1975)
  8. Moulin Rouge (1952) The Agony and the Ecstasy (1965) Basquiat (1996)
  9. If its something light like James Bond, Fred and Ginger, stupid action film etc... I can watch those over and over. But, a film that's actually good that I end up emotionally invested in, I can only watch when I'm really in the mood for it. Some films, I might watch once a decade.
  10. Casablanca (1942) Animal House (1978)
  11. All those channels are going strong. I get them free Over the Air. That new channel is Dabl. Here in LA, they just moved Decades and others to another channel. And put Dabl and Start in their place. I ditched Dish years ago.
  12. Humphrey Bogart: Casablanca (1942) Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943) Sydney Greenstreet: Christmas In Connecticut (1945) Casablanca (1942) No scenes together.
  13. Let's not forget about Lucy. From I Love Lucy to her later TV shows, her voice got deeper and deeper until by the time she did Mame (1974), her singing voice basically sunk the film.
  14. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) Hero (1992) Johnny English (2011)
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