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Posts posted by TheOneandOnlyCritic2000

  1. Just now, MovieCollectorOH said:

    Thanks for starting a thread, I've been in conferences all day.  It looks like my schedule flipped on its own without any issue this time. :)

    Your welcome dude, lucky I had the schedule up in another tab👍

  2. The Stuff they got for May should have been for 31 Days Of Oscar; Chaplin ('92), Precious ('09), The Last Emperor ('87) and many more.


    Also TCM Film Festival is scheduled in May, but films haven't been picked yet, so ignore the TBA shots for now.

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  3. 22 minutes ago, Vidor said:


    Sucks, doesn't it.  Probably applies to William Fox's original studio as well, since "Sunrise" is not on the list.


    Of course, in three years "Sunrise" will be in the public domain.  :)

    Too bad, I was really hoping to see The French Connection ('71), All About Eve ('50), The Grapes of Wrath ('40), and All That Jazz ('79)

  4. 42 minutes ago, speedracer5 said:

    It's a great movie.  I saw it in the theater! I think I had to see it with my parents because it was rated R--I was a year or so shy of being able to see it without them.  I remember the soundtrack being really popular.  I had a bootlegged copy of it burned on a CD.

    Wow must be really good, can't wait to see it then😄

  5. 4 hours ago, sewhite2000 said:

    Daytime February 28

    A rerun of last night's Noir Alley and then a "random" Sunday full of movies that were probably intended for 31 Days of Oscar.

    The Awful Truth (Cary Grant, Irene Dunne) (Columbia, 1937)
    Rebel Without a Cause (James Dean, Natalie Wood) (Warner Bros., 1955)
    Days of Wine and Roses (Jack Lemmon, Lee Remick) (Warner Bros., 1962)
    To Sleep with Anger (Danny Glover, Paul Butler) (Samuel Goldwyn Co., 1990) 

    To Sleep With Anger ('90) didn't win or wasn't nominated for oscars

  6. 3 hours ago, Vidor said:

    I'd say that "The Dark Knight" was and is the best superhero movie made this century, should have gotten an Oscar nom (the fact that it didn't is why the field was expanded), and richly deserves inclusion in the NFR.  


    "Shrek" in the Registry, on the other hand, is a complete joke.

    I still don't understand why Shrek ('01) out of all movies was in the NFR this year, what they gonna put in next Madagascar ('05) 😂. (I'm not saying the movies are bad, cause I personally love these films but they could have waited to put these films in a later time)

  7. 2 hours ago, sewhite2000 said:

    Lots of spirited discussion while I was out all day!

    Daytime February 7 No-Theme Sunday

    Roughly Speaking (Rosalind Russell, Jack Carson) (Warner Bros., 1945)

    Then a repeat of last night's Noir Alley.

    To Be or Not to Be (Jack Benny, Carole Lombard) (United Artists, 1942)
    The Heiress (Olivia DeHavilland, Montgomery Clift) (Paramount, 1949)
    Designing Woman (Gregory Peck, Lauren Bacall) (MGM, 1957)
    The Birds (Tippi Hedrin, Rod Taylor) (Universal, 1963)

    I think all of those were Oscar nominees, right? I do wonder if TCM left their weekend schedule largely unchanged after originally slating a bunch of Oscar-nominated films, and they didn't have to worry about making them conform to some kind of theme.

    I knew I wasn't wrong, they were going have but changed it due to the Oscars being in April, but they had to put the leftovers somewhere and that's why we have three best picture winners on the same day on February 27. (And those films you mentioned where nominated or won)

  8. 3 minutes ago, CinemaInternational said:

    Oh joy....

    Plan 9 for Outer Space, The Swarm, The Conqueror, Change of Habit , Food of the gods, and The Silver Chalice on the same night.... The Elvis film is harmless and maybe Silver Chalice might be a bit better than claimed but.... 🤢🤢🤢

    It's all part of the golden turkeys awards, which is for the worst films ever😂. (Should have put The Room ('03) in there too😂

  9. Okay I just though February schedule and it is very interesting, it seems their where going have 31 Days of Oscar, but changed it. They got films like Rain Man ('88), Chariots Of Fire ('81), Under Fire ('83), The Killing Fields ('84), Dances With Wolves ('90), Thelma & Louis ('91), and The Age Of Innocence ('93) in the same month. 

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