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It was wonderful of TCM to hold an ‘at home’ film festival. And what a treat it was to see the late Robert Osborne’s interviews with film stars. Mr. Osborne is sorely missed—he had a unique resume and personal involvement with the film world. While I enjoy Ben, Eddie and Dave, Alicia Malone is lacking as host. I’m sure she is a nice person, but she has no film background, aside from being a fan. It’s clear that TCM has polished up her look and attire but it’s not enough. I would love to see members of the film community back on camera—Alec Baldwin, Drew Barrymore, Sally Field. There are so man
I confess to being more than a little disappointed with some aspects of Hitchcock 50. 1. Far too many of the early British films. Those of us who love Hitchcock would naturally want to believe that every one of his films is a masterpiece. Personally, I think that about 80% of his films from The Man Who Knew Too Much to Family Plot are somewhere between very good and masterpieces, and I'm including in that number some I don't particularly like, like The Wrong Man, The Birds, and The Trouble With Harry. Except for The Lodger, the rest of the silents are darned near unwatchable--flashes o