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Ando commented on Kaguya's group 'Welles and his Works'
"Man in the Shadow (1957) Welles in a supporting role. Decent thriller. "
Mar 15
Ando commented on Kaguya's group 'Welles and his Works'
"Welles & Bogdonovich... for hours. "
Feb 25
Ando commented on Kaguya's group 'Welles and his Works'
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May 20, 2012
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Welles and his Works

A forum to discuss the works of Orson Welles, (as well as the man himself) whether as director or actor.
Feb 27, 2012
Ando commented on Kaguya's group 'Welles and his Works'
"The Paris Interview (1960)"
Feb 26, 2012
Sevorin replied to Kaguya's discussion 'Favorite Welles movie?' in the group Welles and his Works
"For me it will always be Citizen Kane.   I've said this before and been bitten on the ass for it, but I think Welles -- for all his considerable articulateness -- was a hash as a writer. He did his best work when someone else had the pen,…"
Feb 26, 2012
don replied to Kaguya's discussion 'Favorite Welles movie?' in the group Welles and his Works
"I really like Orson Welles. I may need to revisit Citizen Kane. I gave it 3 stars. I gave Jane Eyre 5 Stars The Tird Man 5 Stars The Stranger 4 Stars The Lady from Shanghai 4 Stars Touch of Evil 3 Stars A man for all Seasons 3 Stars Compulsion 3…"
Feb 26, 2012
Ando replied to Kaguya's discussion 'Favorite Welles movie?' in the group Welles and his Works
"I've never watched a decent print of The Trial but it's, by far, my favorite Orson Welles movie. It never gets old. The combination of Kafka's paranoia and Welles' penchant for sleight of hand makes this a perfect nightmare.…"
Feb 25, 2012
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A forum to discuss the works of Orson Welles, (as well as the man himself) whether as director or actor.
Feb 25, 2012
Nerves replied to Kaguya's discussion 'Favorite Welles movie?' in the group Welles and his Works
"Touch of Evil"
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A forum to discuss the works of Orson Welles, (as well as the man himself) whether as director or actor.
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Welles and his Works

A forum to discuss the works of Orson Welles, (as well as the man himself) whether as director or actor.
Jan 19, 2011
ACommieForTheFBI replied to Kaguya's discussion 'Favorite Welles movie?' in the group Welles and his Works
"I'm guessing you mean aside from Citizen Kane? I love Ambersons and agree with your comment. Such a pity it was slashed! But I would say F is For Fake is a close second."
Apr 25, 2010
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Apr 3, 2010
Kaguya replied to Michael's discussion 'Netflix DVD Quality'
"Of the 320 or so dvds I have rented from Netflix over the years, only 11 have been damaged. That's a mighty good ratio, if you ask me."
May 29, 2009

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Relationship Status:
Single
Are you a Netflix member?
yes
A Small Set Of My Favorite Movies
Citizen Kane
The Magnificent Ambersons
American Beauty
Badlands
Before the Devil Knows You're Dead
Breakfast At Tiffanys
The Sound of Music
A Clockwork Orange
Donnie Darko

Empire of the Sun
Harold and Maude
Hedwig and the Angry Inch
Great Expectations (1946)
Agnes of God
Animal Farm
Duck Soup
The Godfather
Happiness
Heavenly Creatures

The Heiress
The Ice Storm
In Cold Blood
Jane Eyre (1944)
Lifeboat
The Lion in Winter
Lord of the Flies (1963)
Magnolia
A Man For All Seasons
Monster
West Side Story

Ordinary People
The Princess Bride
Ragtime
Rosemary's Baby
Rushmore
The Sand Pebbles
Shadow of a Doubt
Shane
SherryBaby
Silence of the Lambs

South Pacific
The Stranger
Suspicion
This Is Spinal Tap
Watership Down
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
Young Frankenstein
What I Snack on in Movie Theaters
M&Ms
Are you a Netflix employee?
a) No.
About Me:
I'm just a lover of movies: many kinds.

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Just Gus commented on Just Gus's group 'Western Roundup'
"I already know some which are definites...just asking others' opinions."
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Just Gus commented on Just Gus's group 'Western Roundup'
"I have decided to educate my four youngest about Westerns, a film genre I have a deep and abiding love and passion for. Suggestions for films?"
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Ando replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 35.0'
"Oh yeah. But he's like a precursor to Mr. Magoo. Put them in any situation and watch them defy the laws of physics. :D"
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Ando commented on Ando's group 'Shake & Stir'
"Ooh. The Burns & Allen episode was sorta painful. This one ought to be fatal :pVincent Price does all the death scenes from The Bard's more popular plays. Theater of Blood (1973) "
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Ando commented on Ando's group 'Shake & Stir'
"Think you had trouble with Shakespeare? Check out Burns & Allen... "
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Nerves replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 35.0'
"Well, I'd argue that his feature films like 'The General' have better structured plots."
yesterday
Ando replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 35.0'
"Yep. Good one. Must say Keaton's plots all seem almost incidental. He could walk from movie into another without much continuity work. ha"
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Ando replied to Ando's discussion 'Baseball Tonight' in the group The Fan
"Nice one from The Nats yesterday; Harper and Scherzer in fine form. Wonder if they'll be this hot when they come to Queens in late July (got Mets tix)- "
yesterday
Nerves replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 35.0'
"The Goat (1921)Not one of the most cohesive plots but has a lot of funny gags and a few iconic Keaton moments like the one at 8'46". I don't quite understand the relevance of the title unless it's short for scapegoat. ★★★★☆ "
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