I like Bette's voice better than Katherine's, and I like Barbara's voice better than Bette's.
[IMG] She wins!
Without any particular reason I checked Jim Davis' IMDB page, and I noticed this movie title:
Most reviewers were shocked to learn how...
Horrible, awful - but I need something bad to balance out all the good tv series that I watch. So I rather watch a bad movie than a bad tv...
I've always preferred those fake-y movie sets for children's movies because it gives me the idea that the characters are standing inside a...
1. Network (1976)
2. The Exorcist (1973)
3. The Towering Inferno (1974)
4. Milk (2008)
5. Taxi Driver (1976)
6. Airport (1970)
7. Bonnie And Clyde...
OMG, I just watched the trailer on YouTube. It's hilarious, I have to see this!
Murder In Peyton Place is probably the worst sequel movie I've ever seen. OK, it's not a sequel to a movie, but still...
Actually I never finished...
From an artistic point of view I'd say all those movies that want to fix or explain the original story.
But these aren't always the least...
Maybe it's time for a glossy The Gabors mini-series?
Predictable, but fun.
And what about Diana Dors?
Oh my, that's a Barbara Taylor Bradford story.
1. Snowglobe (2007)
It's a bit tacky, but I loved the snowglobe world, and every day is the same because nothing changes in Snowglobe...
1. No Country For Old Men
2. Midnight Cowboy
3. American Beauty
4. The Departed
5. The English Patient
6. All About Eve
8. The Silence...
Not a great story, but a very good movie.
I haven't seen the movie (1962?) but I loved the British mini-series (1980?) I thought it was very spooky.
I really liked Medusa but the movie wasn't only about her, so...
1. Alien (1979) - I also liked all the sequels but I want to give the other...
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