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  1. Now the Globes are probably wishing that they had given them back in the day to Morgan Freeman, Ralph Fiennes, and Michael Caine.....
  2. Sigh. Very sad news, but given his advanced age, rather expected. 106 years old is an incredible feat, especially for a man. he was fantastic on St. Elsewhere.
  3. Future generations won't get the line then in the big fight scene in The First Wives Club after Bette midler throws Goldie Hawn's Golden Globe across the screen into a glass framed picture: " BRENDA, this is a Golden Globe! It's sacred! It's ..... TRADEMARKED!"
  4. Incidently, Dreyfuss once said that the films of his own that mattered the most to him were Let It Ride (1989), Mr. Holland's Opus (1995), Once Around (1991), and Moon Over Parador (1988)
  5. It certainly raised an eyebrow about Caulfield when he said he was cast on the 80s soap after somebody saw his performance in some play in New york where he was completely nude for long sequences of the play, which starred Jessica Tandy., who was clothed. Somehow, Jessica Tandy and full frontal male nudity in the same play don't seem to go together......
  6. This Woman's Work written and sung by Kate Bush. Written for the 1988 film She's Having a Baby, it deserved an Oscar nod.....
  7. For the past month I have been on a TV episode kick (the perils of getting addicted to watching Desperate Housewives on Hulu...... ), but I managed this week to swing by TCM to watch both Shag (fun, sweet, good atmosphere and performances) and Madeleine (a bit slow, but beautifully photograhed, sharp, with a nicely enigmatic ending)
  8. I would argue though that unfaithful was a better, more subtle film than the director's earlier perils of adultry tale Fatal Attraction, which was partially undone by the tacked on ending.
  9. After reading about this new podcast on here, I went back to showtime on Demand to look at the little section of the 2015 documentary De Palma, where a surprisingly mild-mannered Brian De Palma reflects on all the films he made juxtaposed with truly graphic clips from his films. I had seen it before, but I just wanted to listen again to the 2 and a half minute section on Bonfire and what De Palma had to say about it. He said that he felt that if you approached the film by itself without having read the book, it was fine (and indeed the clips did look like it had some inventive camerawork and g
  10. 1950: The Jackpot Next: James Stewart's son is a math genius.
  11. New Line was pretty much absorbed into Warner Bros after the economic downturn in 2007. The name still appears on some films, but most are undistinguished R-rated comedies or horror films, although they did get a good film with the twisty 2019 thriller The Good Liar with Helen Mirren and Ian McKellan. As for the Beaches nod, it does seem pretty odd (unless maybe they built that beachhouse from scratch).
  12. There was a make-up category at the Oscars in 1988, but hairstyling was not added to the category's description until 2012. Hairspray was a New Line Cinema release and was largely well reviewed in February 1988, with even the highbrow magazines like The New Yorker sending reviewers to it. New Line was still pretty tiny in 1988, but they received a minor nod that year for Costume Design for A Handful of Dust, their year-end Evelyn Waugh adaptation, starring James Wilby, Kirstin Scott Thomas, Rupert Graves, Anjelica Huston, Judi Dench, and Alec Guinness. I'll share the Oscar lineups, for Art De
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