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IchbinIan

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  1. The association with mental illness is part of what makes it a problematic portrayal. An association that was, and to some still is believed to be the case.
  2. Admittingly, I only watched "Psycho" but I enjoyed the commentary at the end of the movie, especially what Jacqueline Stewart had to say, Nothing about the discussion that was had gave the impression that anybody wants to cancel this movie and I really don't think that having these types of discussions will lead to this movie being "cancelled". Ben, Jaqueline and Alicia still spoke with admiration about the film, they just highlighted the reason(s) why some people do find something problematic about Psycho. I think it was interesting to listen to. In regards to what's problematic,
  3. With everything going on right now, a film like Red Beard is just what the world needs. TCM is one of the few places these days a person could be introduced to great movies like this. I am very grateful for TCM showing movies like this. It's one of the few places I can find new and interesting films. Toshiro Mifune was a amazing actor; totally deserving of a tribute like this.
  4. Just logged in to see why Underground isn't on tonight...they've put it on hiatus for "Summer Under the Stars" ☹️ Oh well. Looks like some good stuff is coming up though. "Eating Raoul", Nobuhiko Obayashi's "House" and "Beyond the Valley of the Dolls" are three of my favs. "Beyond the Valley of the Dolls" is on the Friday before Halloween too 😊
  5. The films I was thinking of have already been mentioned but I do think 'Family Plot' might be my number one choice. It's a great suspense film but it's also lighter than other Hitchcock films. I love the characters and find it really fun to watch. Same with 'The Trouble with Harry'. 'I Confess' is really great too. I'm new to silent films but I really enjoyed 'The Lodger' as well. I saw it for the first time the other night on TCM. It's interesting how the killer was into fair-haired women. I haven't seen 'Rebecca' yet. It's going to be on TCM soon and I'm looking forward to i
  6. The most recent ones I can think of are 'The Worlds Greatest Sinner' and 'Point Blank'. I was interested in WGS because I knew Frank Zappa did the music for it but I couldn't get into the movie. This may be a common reaction to this movie. I'm usually a big fan of cult movies like this but I turned it off three-fourths of the way through to watch 'The Dreamers' instead. Visually, I found 'Point Blank' pretty interesting and I also liked the setting. I thought the story progressed in such a strange way though. There's also a scene early in the movie where Lee Marvin is walking dow
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