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Jul 20 15 10:11 AM
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Juan Gris wrote:Night Watch (1982) - It had been about a decade since the last time I saw this dark comedy and it still holds up pretty well. There aren't too many movies the Fonz shines in and this is one.
Aug 16 15 9:37 PM
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Number13 wrote:Juan Gris wrote:Night Watch (1982) - It had been about a decade since the last time I saw this dark comedy and it still holds up pretty well. There aren't too many movies the Fonz shines in and this is one.Do you mean Night Shift?
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Francis the Talking Mule (1950) – This is a war movie which I didn’t
expect. It has a funny story. I liked that Peter kept getting promotions
simultaneous with being sent to the psych ward.
I didn’t realize Tony Curtis was in it too. 8/10.
Francis Goes to the Races (1951) – This one is fun too. Cecil Kellaway is always fun. I couldn’t believe that Francis got
Francis Goes to West Point (1952) – I liked when Francis gave a pep
talk to the football team. And it was
cool to see Leonard Nimoy. James Best
Francis Covers the Big Town (1953) – Solid entry about Francis
helping Peter get the scoops for a newspaper.
It reminded me of Printer’s Devil, except instead of the Prince of
Darkness getting the stories, it was lovable Francis. Larry Gates was in this one. 8.5/10.
Francis Joins the Wacs (1954) – Very entertaining! I didn’t know much about the Wacs and really
enjoyed the Francis silliness on the Wac base.
Francis in the Navy (1955) – Fun enough entry with the gag being that
Donald O’Connor has a doppelganger around a navy base (sort of like Mirror
Image). It’s also fun to see Clint
Eastwood so young. 7/10.
Francis in the Haunted House (1956) – This was the weakest one
although it was nice to see Mickey Rooney take the lead. Richard Deacon is also in it. There isn’t a haunted house in it
Fun series! It was also nice to see a Twilight Zone alum behind every stack of
Aug 19 15 3:23 PM
Aug 19 15 8:13 PM
Standing In The Shadows Of Motown
A documentary about Motown's house band, the Funk Brothers. Pretty interesting. Divided between the surviving band members' reminiscing, and a concert they did with singers as varied as Joan Osborne, Montell Jordan, Chaka Khan, Meshelle Ndegeocello (sp?) and others doing various Motown songs. Joan's version of You Really Got A Hold On Me was the best song from the concert.
Aug 23 15 8:10 PM
Juan Gris wrote:Number13 wrote:Juan Gris wrote:Night Watch (1982) - It had been about a decade since the last time I saw this dark comedy and it still holds up pretty well. There aren't too many movies the Fonz shines in and this is one.Do you mean Night Shift? Same thing!
Sep 14 15 10:59 AM
Sep 14 15 8:23 PM
Number13 wrote:The Civil War (1990) - Ken Burns' documentary shook me to the core! I think every American should see it. Easily the best documentary I know of. It's hard to go an hour without being flooded with emotions. 10/10.
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Romney Wordsworth wrote:Argo.
For all the awards, hate movies based on true stories, packed with liberal license to the point the movie is mostly a lie.
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Gilbert and Sullivan State Trooper
ipomea wrote:"Copying Beethoven," stars Ed Harris as Ludwig(excellent) and can't remember the actress
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