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Everything posted by rayban

  1. "The Unholy Wife" - John Farrow - 1957 - starring Diana Dors, Rod Steiger and Tom Tryon - Ingenious thriller about an amoral woman (Diana Dors) who chances upon a scheme to get rid of her hated husband (wealthy vintner Rod Steiger) in favor of her lover (rodeo man Tom Tryon) - $$spoiler$$ she doesn't attempt to kill him, but to use him to take the blame for a crime that she has committed - he does go to jail - but, then, the ingenious plan backfires - and she is sentenced to death for a crime that she did not commit - strange are the ways of hate and lov
  2. rayban

    Hot TV Guys

    Yes, they come off as "lovers". Lovers who are sharing "the blonde". They are both extremely pretty.
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    This one looks like a very interesting film.
  4. Some films should not be re-made.
  5. Bobby Driscoll was a glorious screen presence.
  6. I am not exactly a fan of Pier Paolo Pasolini's films, but I found this film to be a very powerful one.
  7. Quite frankly, I wouldn't want to see this play.
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    Gay History

    He used to own and operate The Oscar Wilde Bookshop.
  9. Based on this series, it is hard to believe that Bob Fosse created some of the most joyous stage musicals ever.
  10. The two principal actors were memorable in this very fine Italian comedy.
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    Their love scenes - which included oral and **** sex - were incredible.
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    "Hit The Floor" - Adam Senn (Zero) and Brent Antonello (Jude) - 2014-2016 -
  13. By now, its' heaving luridnedss must be legendary. Somebody, was it Cukor?, was having a good time.
  14. I saw it on Starz. It is still an extremely powerful film.
  15. "Brokeback Mountain" - Jack to Ennis - "I wish I knew how to quit you."
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    No Words

    We are definitely ready for him.
  17. His reputation as a great filmmaker was very persuasive.
  18. I wish that "Unti They Sail" were better-known. It has such a terrific cast.
  19. I'd like to know how much control Orson Welles has over the final result. I woud guess - a lot.
  20. "Paint Your Wagon" was, once upon a time, a very famous Broadway musical.
  21. "Tomorrow Is Forever" - 1946 - Irving Pichel - starring Claudette Colbert, Orson Welles, George Brent, Lucille Watson, Richard Long, Natalie Wood - one of the greatest of soap-operas - it deliberately avoids the usual pitfalls - it never becomes maudlin - terrific performances from all of the actors - the ending in which the truth is never actually spoken is extremely powerful - less is more, to be sure -
  22. I wish that "Paint Your Wagon" was better-known.
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    Magic Moments

    Who wants who? - only the play will tell you - but the movie has its' momemts -
  24. "M" - Joseph Losey - 1951 - starring David Wayne, Howard da Silva, Martin Gabel, Raymond Burr, Glenn Anders, etc. - superb re-make of the Fritz Lang classic by Joseph Losey, just prior to him being drummed out of Hollywood - Losey keeps us at a distance from the child murderer, but we can see that he is a man in torment - the film is far more interesting when the underworld enters the scene and tries to take over from the police - they will capture the child murderer and take the heat off the underground - in the garage, in front of the denizens of the underground
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