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About jinsinna13

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  1. A Tony Randall throwback in honor of him being selected for SUTS
  2. Glad to see Robert Mitchum, Tony Randall, Eve Arden, Gloria Grahame, Gregory Peck and Tyrone Power honored. I like that George Segal is having a SUTS "In Memoriam" tribute. (This is similar to what happened with Olivia deHavilland last year.) I've been wanting to see more of George Segal's films, so this is a great way to honor him. Many of you may not know this but Segal reprised his Who's Afraid of Virigina Woolf? role on an episode of The Simpsons 42 years later. Robert Young FINALLY got honored this year. It was long overdue.
  3. While we're on the subject of the Backstreet Boys, I found an old commercial promoting their Millennium tour. You don't see commercials promoting concert tours anymore.
  4. People (including my mother) mix up Troy Donahue and Tab Hunter all the time - but I know the difference. Like I said in an earlier post, I'm a fan of Troy Donahue. I'm not ashamed to say I think he was beautiful. Tab Hunter on the other hand.......
  5. Like Lavender said above, it's all a matter of opinion. I disagree with James Dean, Troy Donahue, and Guy Madison, as I'm a fan of theirs. Anyone who knows me knows I can't stand Farley Granger. His voice is extremely annoying, and it gets on my nerves after awhile. He's basically the male version of Kristen Stewart; both were former teen stars who got juicy adult roles based on luck and not on talent. Here's a couple more: Gary Cooper is extremely boring. He talks very slowly out of the side of the mouth. Plus, my dad has never made it through a Gary Cooper movie without fallin
  6. The names on the screen zipped by so fast it seemed like I was on a roller coaster ride. Once again, we have an Oscar nominee who was left out - Stuart Whitman. That wasn't as awful as when past Oscar nominee Robert Vaughn was left out several years ago. (I will never get over that one.) Tanya Roberts, Robert Conrad, Orson Bean, and Jessica Walter were also left out. On a positive note, I like the prerecorded song chosen for the segment.
  7. And Tanya Roberts was also missing.
  8. Like I do every year, I went to bed after the "In Memoriam" segment. I saw what went down with Chadwick Boseman this morning, and I was glad I went to bed when I did. The speeches in general dragged on and on, and I caught myself zoning in and out several times. I can't even tell you how many times I glanced at the clock. Did anyone watch the "In Memoriam" segment last night? The names on the screen zipped by so fast it seemed like I was on a roller coaster ride. Once again, we have an Oscar nominee who was omitted - Stuart Whitman. That wasn't as awful as when Oscar nominee Robert V
  9. I like your suggestions. Jack Nicholson would be an excellent choice. James Coburn had a SUTS tribute in the past, but it's been a long time since he was honored. So now would be a perfect time to honor him again. I put Roy Scheider and Christopher Plummer on my wish list. Someone who wasn't suggested that I didn't have a chance to put on my wish list is Sondra Locke. Sondra was nominated for an Oscar for The Heart is a Lonely Hunter. Unfortunately, she is part of that group of Oscar nominees and winners who weren't included in the "In Memoriam" tribute after they died. (Dorothy Malo
  10. My wish list (in no particular order): Ann Sheridan, Ida Lupino, Gloria Grahame, Donna Reed, Rhonda Fleming, Joanne Dru, Annette Funicello, Roy Scheider, Donald O'Connor (so underrated), Troy Donahue, Gloria DeHaven, Eve Arden, Dorothy Lamour, Gail Russell, Robert Montgomery, Robert Young (long overdue), Jose Ferrer, Victor Mature, Christopher Plummer, Alan Bates, Gregory Peck, Dean Stockwell, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Tyrone Power, Yul Brynner, and Robert Vaughn. Some of these are long shots, but we'll see.
  11. I like this theme because of the variety of films chosen. Glad to see Robert Vaughn honored. If any group SOTM should be repeated in my opinion, it should be Stars That Died Before Their Time. It has been nearly 17 years since that theme has been done, and we lost Heath Ledger, Paul Walker, Corey Haim, Jonathan Brandis, Brittany Murphy, Natasha Richardson, Luke Perry, and Chadwick Boseman since then. All of whom died too soon. The theme should begin with the 30's and 40's (Jean Harlow, Carole Lombard) and end with the most recent (Luke Perry, Chadwick Boseman).
  12. Happy Birthday to fellow Backstreet Boy Brian Littrell! Like Nick Carter, the curly blonde haired Littrell never became a movie star. The "Quit Playing Games With My Heart" music video is by far the Backstreet Boys sexiest music video. Littrell and Nick Carter also have great chemistry. They're so cute together!
  13. We've talked about athletes (mainly Mitch Gaylord and Kurt Thomas) who failed to become movie stars but never about singers. Nick Carter is a member of the Backstreet Boys and has been with the group since he was 13. He is also by far the most handsome member of the group. (Brian Littrell comes in a close second.) Carter also released solo albums and appeared in TV movies, but he never became a movie star like former NSYNC front man, Justin Timberlake.
  14. I agree with you. I love Sarah McLachlan, so having "I Will Remember You" for the 2003 tribute was the perfect choice. Glad to see I wasn't the only one who didn't like the song choice. If you have a chance, listen to the Backstreet Boys song "Show Me The Meaning of Being Lonely" I posted in another post on this thread. It's a powerful song, and I especially like the lyric "Life goes on as it never ends." It would've been a better song choice, and you'll get what I mean after you hear it.
  15. I gave my notes about the tribute on another thread, but I'll paraphrase them here as well. Olivia got the last spot, she deserved it. Robert Conrad and songwriter Adam Schlesinger, who wrote the Oscar nominated song "That Thing You Do!" were left out. I didn't like the song chosen for the tribute. "Name" by the Goo Goo Dolls or "Show Me The Meaning of Being Lonely" by the Backstreet Boys would've been better song choices.
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