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About T-Newton

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  • Birthday 10/05/1990

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    Movies and animation are my go-to interests, as I study both academically. I also enjoy music (primarily rock, metal, blues, and jazz) and video games.

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  1. I'm also having an issue with the new format, both on Android and in Chrome. Apparently, when I select my provider (Xfinity/Comcast), it apparently tells me that the network is not included in my service (which is a total lie, as I do get the channel in my current package). So I'm basically unable to watch anything on Watch TCM. This has to be something having to do with the new website, as I was able to access Watch TCM before the change with no problem. EDIT: Apparently, it will only allow me to sign in with the "Do Not Track" requests turned off. TCM, as a film student and film lover,
  2. Bringing out the '90s kid in me... There was one episode of Steven Spielberg's Animaniacs that paid homage to Alfred Hitchcock... Even the opening of the show pays homage to the opening of Alfred Hitchcock Presents, his anthology TV series, and yes, they even play the iconic theme of it... There is also a Halloween-themed episode of the Nickelodeon TV series Rocko's Modern Life that also pays homage to Alfred Hitchcock Presents, and Hitchcock in general, entitled "Ed is Dead - A Thriller". Film-wise, there was a 1961 animated short from Warner Brothers entitled The L
  3. 1. I get the feeling that the movie is going to be about fear and a sense of helplessness. 2. The eyes. The main reason is that eyes can show one's emotion right off the bat, and in this case, we see the actress is uncomfortable and nervous, especially when her eyes start moving left and right quickly. 3. Saul Bass' title sequence and Bernard Herrmann's score practically go hand in hand in that they both give the feeling of being unsettled, fearful, and distraught.
  4. 1. Describe specifically how this scene looks and feels like a "live action" cartoon. My response: Ah, this is an easy one. The whole scene has somewhat of a Bugs Bunny vibe to it, with Tony Curtis replacing Bugs, and Professor Fate replacing either Yosemite Sam, Elmer Fudd, or Daffy Duck. Considering that this is a Warner Brothers picture, that in itself is a given. The scene follows all of the cartoon tropes, fake bush and all, especially the end of the scene where the hot air balloon basket falls right on Fate and his henchman, who thought it would land on the spot they were previously
  5. Yeah, I'll start one... The movie: YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN
  6. "For Yours Eye Only" Next: Song by Howard Ashman and Alan Menken
  7. Figure I'd restore this topic, so here are my top 10 Disney films: 1. Robin Hood (1973) 2. Zootopia (2016) 3. Fantasia (1940) 4. The Lion King (1994) 5. Beauty and the Beast (1991) 6. Aladdin (1992) 7. The Great Mouse Detective (1986) 8. Bambi (1942) 9. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) 10. Mary Poppins (1964) I would put Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas and Who Framed Roger Rabbit on here, but I can't, because those were originally released by Disney's subsidiary Touchstone Pictures.
  8. I don't really have five, but I can say what my #1 would be: Pearl Harbor, no question. The film is practically an insult to the U.S. Military, as well as history in my book, and mind you, I DETEST Michael Bay.
  9. Yelnats, Stanley - Shia LeBouf in Holes (2003)
  10. Corleone, Michael --- Al Pacino in The Godfather (1972)
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