I want to go to Lynn's house.
You guys are always welcome to come watch classic movies at our house!
I am so glad you got the opportunity to see The Searchers
on the big screen. One of the things that always amazes me when I watch the film, especially on the big screen, is how in the world did critics back in the day miss the whole connection between Ethan and Martha at the beginning of the film? According to film historians, it wasn't until the 1960s when critics like Andrew Sarris and Pauline Kael came along that the whole backstory of their love for one another was finally noticed.
I know that Ford doesn't always give backstory away in talky exposition but he had been doing it subtly since he emerged as a first-rate director over twenty years before The Searchers
hit the screen.
Lynn in Sherman Oaks
"Film is history. With every foot of film lost, we lose a link to our culture, to the world around us, to each other and to ourselves."
"For me, John Wayne has only become more impressive over time." Marty Scorsese
Avatar-Bob's Big Boy-Toluca Lake, designed in 1948 by Wayne McAllister, still in business.