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by CinemaInternational
Yesterday, 4:16 pm
Forum: Movies and Features on TCM
Topic: Ranking Only the Best (and the Very Worst) of a Movie Year Project
Replies: 129
Views: 4881

Re: Ranking Only the Best (and the Very Worst) of a Movie Year Project

So sorry, I was so late with this. It's time for 1928. The next year up will be 1987.... 1928 Films Seen: 49 The Best: 1 The Passion of Joan of Arc 2 The Patsy 3 The Wedding March 4 The Circus 5 The Crowd 6 The Cameraman 7 Lonesome 8 Beggars of Life 9 The Trail of '98 10 Show People 11 The Last Comm...
by CinemaInternational
Yesterday, 3:56 pm
Forum: Movies and Features on TCM
Topic: I Just Watched...
Replies: 3029
Views: 162617

Re: I Just Watched...

Speaking of Murder, She Wrote, I saw the Snow White, Blood Red episode yesterday. One of my favorites with a great twist at the end! Jessica snowed in at a ski lodge with a killer on the loose! https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0653616/ And it turned out to be an unedited version. Apparently when I saw ...
by CinemaInternational
Yesterday, 3:40 pm
Forum: Movies and Features on TCM
Topic: I Just Watched...
Replies: 3029
Views: 162617

Re: I Just Watched...

Thank you, MR. INTERNATIONAL , you're like that ONE JUROR in TWELVE ANGRY MEN who manages to get JACK WARDEN to change his verdict. She will live, for now. By the way, speaking of your TV pet peeves, I recall your one post on the old boards saying how much you could not stand Linda Lavin. She playe...
by CinemaInternational
Yesterday, 3:15 pm
Forum: The People of Film
Topic: OBITUARIES
Replies: 487
Views: 50059

Re: OBITUARIES

One thing I will say though about the OJ trial in 1995 was that several years ago, ESPN did a mammoth length series about OJ's rise and fall, and one of the jurors was interviewed and pretty much said that the jury voted to acquit because of how angry they still were over the miscarriage of justice ...
by CinemaInternational
Yesterday, 3:07 pm
Forum: Movies and Features on TCM
Topic: I Just Watched...
Replies: 3029
Views: 162617

Re: I Just Watched...

Hibi wrote: Yesterday, 3:02 pm KILL THE LUME LADY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
As much as I loathe those commmercials, that's going to far. But maybe, possibly we can offer her a variation on 1993's Indecent Proposal: have some multi-billionaire offer her $100 million dollars to stop advertising on TV for good.
by CinemaInternational
Yesterday, 3:06 pm
Forum: Movies and Features on TCM
Topic: I Just Watched...
Replies: 3029
Views: 162617

Re: I Just Watched...

THE THING ABOUT MODERN COMMERCIALS that gets me is THAT THEY ARE soooooooooooooo PUNISHINGLY DREADFUL- and there is NO NEED FOR THEM TO BE. I was recently looking at commercials from the 70s 80s and 90s ON YOUTUBE and was taken aback by how INNOCUOUS AND INNOFFENSIVE AND TO-THE-POINT THEY ARE. No s...
by CinemaInternational
Yesterday, 2:54 pm
Forum: Movies and Features on TCM
Topic: MovieCollectorOH Site
Replies: 15
Views: 1267

Re: MovieCollectorOH Site

Someone on Letterboxd also transcribed MovieCollectorOH's list into a big list with pictures, although it does not include the films that have debuted since last March, nor does it include the last aired (or how often it was aired) details that the database had. Still, it is something. I'm tempted t...
by CinemaInternational
Yesterday, 2:53 pm
Forum: Movies and Features on TCM
Topic: I Just Watched...
Replies: 3029
Views: 162617

Re: I Just Watched...

I loved that episode!!! YOU'RE FIRED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (She had to go to Morocco and live in a cave to get her job back!) I loved that Peterman actor. The actor was John O'Hurley, who, you guessed it, played a slithery victim in the 12th season opener of Murder She Wrote. He pops up every year on Than...
by CinemaInternational
Yesterday, 2:51 pm
Forum: Movies and Features on TCM
Topic: I Just Watched...
Replies: 3029
Views: 162617

Re: I Just Watched...

(IN RE: THE ELAINE GIFS) YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAS! I LIVE!!!!!! PS- IS THERE A SINGLE PERSON WHO POSTS HERE WHO IS FAMILIAR WITH "THE ENGLISH PATIENT EPISODE" THAT HASN'T FELT THAT WAY ABOUT SOME MOVIE EVERYONE WAS LOSING IT OVER COMPLETELY AT SOME TIME IN THE PAST???? (although I thought THE E...
by CinemaInternational
Yesterday, 2:42 pm
Forum: Movies and Features on TCM
Topic: I Just Watched...
Replies: 3029
Views: 162617

Re: I Just Watched...

Most network shows now have about 9 minutes of breaks per half hour - ads, promotions for other shows, PSAs. That's nearly a third of the time slot wiped out. Older shows had about 5 minutes of breaks per half hour - even less in the 1950s. The FCC doesn't regulate this, except for children's progr...
by CinemaInternational
Yesterday, 2:37 pm
Forum: Movies and Features on TCM
Topic: I Just Watched...
Replies: 3029
Views: 162617

Re: I Just Watched...

the ONLY things I recall about SEINFELD all these years later are the episodes and moments that revolve around ELAINE BENES, honestly, it was really HER show. people talk about "THE SEINFELD CURSE" and I sometimes wonder if maybe they just didn't see the obvious truth right in front of th...
by CinemaInternational
Yesterday, 2:31 pm
Forum: Movies and Features on TCM
Topic: April 2024 Schedule Posted, Marlon Brando is SOTM
Replies: 22
Views: 1223

Re: April 2024 Schedule Posted, Marlon Brando is SOTM

It's interesting that they're having back-to-back tributes to Sidney Blacker and Ruth Gordon on April 11, but they're not showing Rosemary's Baby, as far as I can tell. https://media.gettyimages.com/id/1199941569/photo/los-angeles-the-movie-rosemarys-baby-written-for-the-screen-and-directed-by-roma...
by CinemaInternational
Yesterday, 2:30 pm
Forum: Movies and Features on TCM
Topic: MovieCollectorOH Site
Replies: 15
Views: 1267

Re: MovieCollectorOH Site

I have not heard any more about MovieCollectorOH, but I just wanted to share the information that his database of what aired on the channel (as of last year, so there would be new additions if it had been updated) has been saved for good on Internet Archive: https://web.archive.org/web/2023091223164...
by CinemaInternational
April 10th, 2024, 4:35 pm
Forum: Movies and Features on TCM
Topic: I Just Watched...
Replies: 3029
Views: 162617

Re: I Just Watched...

Speaking of Murder, She Wrote, I saw the Snow White, Blood Red episode yesterday. One of my favorites with a great twist at the end! Jessica snowed in at a ski lodge with a killer on the loose! https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0653616/ And it turned out to be an unedited version. Apparently when I saw ...
by CinemaInternational
April 10th, 2024, 4:31 pm
Forum: The People of Film
Topic: MUSINGS, PONDERINGS, RUMINATIONS AND FANCIES
Replies: 2465
Views: 116688

Re: MUSINGS, PONDERINGS, RUMINATIONS AND FANCIES

Speaking of lips, I'm going to smack mine tonight as I chow down on a satisfying Italian feast while watching THE GODFATHER (for the upteenth time), followed by THE FRESHMAN. My meal of course will be on the advice of Sollozzo -- "Try the veal, it's the best in the city" Michael and I wil...