Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Muster

  • Rank
  • Birthday 05/31/2000

Profile Information

  • Gender

Recent Profile Visitors

1,142 profile views
  1. Right she was so beautiful. Cooper is lucky to have kissed her, i would have ended up marrying her.
  2. And i thought i've seen it all Thank u for this gem!
  3. There's a speed limit in this state, Mr. Neff. Forty-five miles an hour.

  4. Why am i just finding out about The Fountainhead & Two For The Road? These 2 are hidden romance gems and i know i am still missing out on great romance movies so please recommend some that you don't think a lot of people know about, if you're a Romance Buff like me! I also recommend A Place In The Sun and Random Harvest, damn i'm trash for romance but i'm just trying to help ppl out
  5. Like if you could go back in time to marry your favorite Classic Movie Actor/Actress, who would it be AND WHY?? I'd have to say Shirley Maclaine because she's beautiful and she's quiet and elegant, aka just perfect. She's like 80 now but if she hmu i'd still pull up to Hollywood quick asf. Her Most Iconic Movie: The Apartment
  6. Muster


    Cary Grant X James Stewart - The Philadelphia Story
  7. Muster


    Orson Wells X Joseph Cotton - The Third Man
  8. Well i'll recommend a few romance movies where the couple actually love each other rather than it's just them fighting the whole movie, wouldn't they be the best couple?? Those who honestly love each other? I have a whole romance list let me check it.. A Place in The Sun Notorious Spellbound Roman Holiday The Clock In A Lonely Place Love In The Afternoon
  9. We all go a little mad sometimes, right?

    1. Show previous comments  4 more
    2. Stephan55


      I started watching TCM back in '94, but didn't grow to regularly appreciate the uniqueness of the channel until later. Eventually discovered the website and became interested enough to periodically lurk for a couple of years before I finally joined to post a question in 2008.
      I'm not a frequent poster, but I do regularly come back here to see what's going on and make a comment every now and then.
      Sometimes, after a dry spell, I'll discover that someone that I used to get a kick from hasn't posted for several months, then wonder if they are still around, or just got tired of this place.
      A few of the real regular characters that I used to enjoy reading and chatting with on occasion have since passed away.
      All I knew of them was from these boards, but a couple of us here researched and referred those of us interested to links about lives we never fully knew or could appreciate while they were with us! 
      Such is the consequence of non-personal communication and anonymous use of character names and avatars.

    3. Muster


      That's a long time to be on here, yeah i havent made real friends on here maybe its not the right place but i definetly am glad to be around people who love classic movies, its so amazing!

    4. Stephan55


      I don't think that it's possible to make "real" friends with anyone just posting on an internet board.
      But it is possible to appreciate some of the posts and (in a very narrow way) develop some kind of a simple perspective and "appreciation" regarding those who write them. Perhaps more so if the subject matter is limited to that of "classic" (whatever that word means) movies.
      So if that kicks your starter, then you are in the "right" place! :)

  10. Just got done watching The Fountainhead, it's one of my favorite movies now.
  11. Ayyyy fellow Classic Movie MGTOWs
© 2021 Turner Classic Movies Inc. A Time Warner Company. All Rights Reserved Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Cookie Settings
  • Create New...