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About terrya

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  • Birthday 04/10/1956

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    Chicago, Illinois
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    Movies (duh), reading, theater, travel.

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  1. I just wanted to give a thank you to the powers that be at TCM for the TCM Underground. Often, they'll show some unusual films I've not seen before. Kudos to the TCM Underground
  2. I have never seen this excellent documentary on TCM. I wish TCM would consider showing it sometime. It's a excellent look at how we've been portrayed in films from the silent era until today (well, in the 1990's when it was made).
  3. Dame Maggie Smith. She could do a movie reading from the London phone book and I'd go and see it.
  4. Mel Gibson, because after his movie debut, we've found out that he's a sexist, homophobic, anti-Semitic pig.
  5. I have seen it before, but I'm so glad the powers that be at TCM have included it as part of "The Essentials". Because it most definitely is an essential to see.
  6. "Crash" winning Best Picture over "Brokeback Mountain". I REALLY questioned that one. But, well, I'm not a voting member of the Academy, so what do I know?
  7. "The Road". It's a great film, but oh man, is it bleak.
  8. Patty McCormack. "The Bad Seed". I loved her performance.
  9. Yeah, I'm doing it in chronological order. Thank goodness for TCM and Netflix. One thing: the 1932 winner "Cavalcade". It's not on dvd, according to Netflix. I've got the list in a Word document, I'm highlighting the ones I've seen. I'm kind of torn about re-seeing the films I've already seen, like "It Happened One Night", "The Apartment", etc. But I imagine I will.
  10. Wow! I'm not nearly as ambitious as you. I am embarking on seeing all of the Best Picture winners. I've seen "Wings", "The Broadway Melody", "All Quiet on the Western Front" and "Cimarron" so far.
  11. Being a relative newbie here, I'm not sure if this subject has been mentioned. If so, I apologize in advance. But we all know that a film score can truly enhance a movie. The music can accentuate the emotions conveyed in a film. That score can make a film a more special experience. My favorite film composer was John Barry. He composed some of the most memorable scores I've heard in movies. From the truly magnificent score he composed for my favorite film, "The Lion in Winter", through "Born Free", "Out of Africa", "Chaplin", and the music to many of the James Bond themes, Barry
  12. *I* am not sure it qualifies as an "Essential" (it's a good movie and one of Marilyn Monroe's best films), but what the hell, I don't decide those things at TCM.
  13. This is a absolutely superb documentary about Harvey Milk, champion of our community. I thank TCM for airing it. I'll definitely be watching (and recording) this.
  14. Swithin, I've always thought it was a gay love story.
  15. Sure there are Paul Newman movies that can be called classics. "The Hustler". "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid".
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