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The ghost of George Sanders reminds you to link your films, and that one should feel free to move on if bored. 

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Hangin's too good for 'im.  Burnin's too good for him - He ought to be cut up into itsy bitsy pieces and buried alive!

Since You Went Away

3.5 Stars

Very patriotic story of a mother holding things together at home while her husband is away serving in WWII. Way too long at 3hours.

Since You Went Away

Jennifer Jones is very fuckable, though.

 

These were the years when she alternated her saints and sluts roles.

Flawless

4 Stars

Good Heist film made better because of Michael Caine.

Flawless

the once beautiful Demi Moore

ya got that right.  Maybe she'll stop using cocaine as a weight loss program.

When was she beautiful?

OK.  Fuckable.

Please Don't Eat the Daisies (1960)

2/5 Stars

Blech!

That's a healthy reaction!

Ha. Yeah, words fail but that's the feeling I had when I finished watching.

4192: The Crowning of The Hit King Great baseball doc focusing on Pete Rose's field accomplishments. But to completely leave out his gambling activity seems suspect. After all, any kid who knows little of Rose's accomplishment will remain puzzled as to why "Member of Baseball Hall of Fame" isn't listed (as it is with Rose's former teammates/film commentators) at the end credits. It's less a portrait of Rose, therefore, than an ode to the pastime.

Wuthering Heights (1970)

3/5 Stars

I loved Michel Legrand's score especially in those moments of pure cinema where not a word is said but much is conveyed through the music and images. I haven't read the novel or seen any other screen version but the story seems little more than a tale of obsessive teen romance.

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