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  1. It amuses me how he says 2 bullets to the chest is “just routine”! Glad I don’t have his job.
  2. It amuses me how he says 2 bullets to the chest is “just routine”! Glad I don’t have his job.
  3. BTW how are the hosts not likeable? Ben’s existed almost 20 years on TCM. Dave Karger reminds me of a young Robert Osbourne. I’m not a huge fan of the Film Noir guy, but he clearly knows his subject. I have no objections to any of the hosts. Yes some subjects like “blackface” get repeated a lot, but for people who only tunein for one movie per day, it might be the first time they’ve ever seen it. To us it’s old. To them it’s new.
  4. Censorship can exist inside private organizations like the Academy, so the term is appropriate. What filmmaker or studio would want to make a historically film, if they know they are disqualified from winning an award? The Supreme Court in previous decisions called this “a chilling effect” on freedom of expression.
  5. The rule would make some movies impossible to make.... like 1776 or Romeo & Juliet or Julius Caesar. Because the world of the past was 99% male-led and dominated. And if the movie is set in Europe pre-1800, then it was nearly all white. The Academy Awards have essentially censored 90% of historical movies.
  6. Incorrect. The official name of the award is: “The Academy Award”. The unofficial nickname could easily be dropped from future press releases (and no need to redesign the statue).
  7. PLEASE DON’T CENSOR NUDITY. For every naked Churchill there’s also a naked Fay Wray (or similar beauty). I want to see & appreciate it. I’ve seen very few post-2000 movies I’d call “classic”. They are barely watchable. For example: Slumdog Millionaire was a decent film, but it comes nowhere near the Golden and Silver Age of Hollywood. Hopefully TCM’s experiment with post-2000 gets low viewership, so they don’t do it again. (shrug) We shall see.
  8. NOIR THURSDAY ON MOVIES! Over The Air CHANNEL: Starting 6am eastern (3am pacific) Berlin Express, Murder is my Beat, Dead Reckoning, The Underworld Story, The Phenix City Story, High Wall, The Power of the Whistler, Clash by Night, Johnny O’clock, Journey into Fear, The Burglar, Tight Spot SCHEDULE: https://moviestvnetwork.com/schedule/?date=09/10/2020#calendar
  9. NOIR THURSDAY ON MOVIES! Over The Air CHANNEL: Starting 6am eastern (3am pacific) Berlin Express, Murder is my Beat, Dead Reckoning, The Underworld Story, The Phenix City Story, High Wall, The Power of the Whistler, Clash by Night, Johnny O’clock, Journey into Fear, The Burglar, Tight Spot SCHEDULE: https://moviestvnetwork.com/schedule/?date=09/10/2020#calendar
  10. A bunch of movies that were pro-totalitarian (99% true)
  11. . And this one that usually aired through the afternoon:
  12. TCM still airs the “Up all Night” promo from the 1990s which is good, but I also miss this one when I woke-up in the mornings:
  13. You are using a blog. Even Wikipedia would not allow that for a valid citation. - In 20 years Parasite will be considered a bad movie just like Oscar winner Tom Jones (horribly written & bad camera work) and a few other “best picture” winners. Movies we think are great today often age poorly as the decades pass. - Your policy of “instant classic” means my 2019 Honda Insight could be considered a “classic car”! Ridiculous. And nonsense. There is no such thing as an instant classic. (Aside: If I want to get special classic plates on my car, I need to wait 25 years to do
  14. I have watched TCM since the 90s and they never showed a movie newer than 25 years old. That was their original policy. Might as well rename TCM as “HBO” is they’re going to show new stuff.
  15. I searched for Passing Parade but didn’t find any.
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