Well, we do have this thread.
With a couple of longer journeys in the last week or so I've finally got round to listening to this. Even at eighty nine years of age Fenella's...
You're quite right, Snarky. It's a beautiful looking film.
Gabriel Yared's score is a favourite of mine and the jazz tracks, too are very...
A serious, intellectual question for Jaws fans...
Did Michael Brody want coffee flavoured ice cream? Or just coffee?
I've long thought...
I just completely get this. On so many levels...
I've based my top ten on viewing enjoyment, not necessarily on which films I feel should have won.
Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?...
Oh - I'm in no rush. I'm enjoying seeing what names, years and themes are coming up each time.
If you're open to suggestions, I hope this one is still in the mix for some time down the line...
I think Kathryn suffered from pogonophobia.
Ten years. It's frightening how quickly that time has gone. It seems far more recent.
Roy having a...
1. It Always Rains On Sunday (1947)
Film noir at its best. "The starting point for soap opera"
2. Kind Hearts And Coronets (1949)...
Glad you enjoyed them. At risk of sounding like a Barbara Windsor feed line, they're big enough, aren't they?!
Wonderful! I'm hoping for a few...
Today, for no particular reason, I've found myself troubled by Ben Gardner's head. It's the one thing in the film that I don't buy.
Don't get me...
Tina Arena's Reset Live | The Concert Film
Brought back happy memories of seeing Tina live in London on this tour.
Father Dear Father (1973)
Yesterday's double-bill. Both were first time watches for me:
The Dark Crystal (1983)
Shaun The Sheep Movie (2015)
A Christmassy double-bill today...
The Snowman And The Snowdog (2015)
The Witches (1990)
The last film made by Lorimar, by the way. And the last one Jim Henson personally worked on. It was my first time...
1. Black Christmas (1974)
2. Crooks Anonymous (1962)
3. The Polar Express (2004)
4. Gremlins (1984)
5. The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)
Hmmm. I'm dubious of an article that mentions a "new survey" but fails to explain who carried it out or from where the figures were sourced.
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