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Marianne

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  1. Have you tried your local library system? I'm sometimes surprised by the old and classic films that I can borrow from the local library.
  2. Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool (2017)
  3. I'm going to steal from Shutoo, who provided the following for another category! Shakespeare in Love (1998)
  4. Love Is a Many Splendored Thing (1955) Love Story (1970) Love in the Time of Cholera (2007)
  5. Force Majeure (2014) is a Swedish film that I recently learned has been remade in Hollywood (of course) and is scheduled for release in 2020. The Hollywood release is called Downhill. I would have no hope at all that the Hollywood remake would be any good if it weren't for the fact that it is starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Will Ferrell. Although I still have trouble imagining that they have turned it into a comedy because the original from Sweden is definitely not a comedy.
  6. The Oscar (1966), starring Tony Bennett, Stephen Boyd, Elke Sommer, Milton Berle. I thought Tony Bennett did a pretty good job in a dramatic role that required no singing at all.
  7. Human Capital (Il capitale umano; 2013) Big Deal on Madonna Street (Il soliti ignoti) (1958) All of Fellini's films They were released in the United States, so they count, right?!
  8. Kirk Douglas wrote a collection of poems called Life Could Be Verse. When his son Michael talked about it on The Late Show with David Letterman, it got an admiring chuckle from the talk show host. And from me! Multitalented guy, that's for sure.
  9. The guy to the left of Jerry Lewis reminds me of Alex Moffat of SNL fame. Anyone know who he is?
  10. And how about the television game show To Tell the Truth. 😄
  11. Jeff Goldblum, Jim Carrey, and Damon Wayans in Earth Girls Are Easy (1988)
  12. Everybody Knows (2018) starts in a bell tower, and the bell tower is one of the reasons everybody in town knows!
  13. Mad Max beyond Thunderdome (1985) Thunderdome Never Dies (2019), which has nothing to do with Mad Max, or so I hear. White Lightning (1973) Hit by Lightning (2014) Going Back to the Future (1985) wouldn't have been possible without lightning.
  14. I think the ending of Thelma and Louise qualifies.
  15. **** (2000), about Jackson ****; apparently TCM doesn't like the last name ****! Girl with a Pearl Earring (2003) The Goldfinch (2019) Van Gogh films: Lust for Life (1956), Van Gogh (1991), Loving Vincent (2017), At Eternity's Gate (2018), and it looks like there will be a new one in 2020 called simply Van Gogh.
  16. Shield for Murder (1954) Bull Durham (1988) "The Library" (1991), the Seinfeld episode when George gets his atomic ****
  17. To Have and Have Not (1944): the setting is Martinique. Affair in Trinidad (1952): the setting is . . . Trinidad and Tobago! Plunder of the Sun (1953) starts in Cuba, ends in Mexico.
  18. The Mighty Quinn (1989), starring Denzel Washington: The setting is Jamaica.
  19. Singin' in the Rain (1950): Don Lockwood and Cosmo Brown get their start in Hollywood working as stunt doubles.
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