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Originally posted by Sam 'The Made Man' Hain:Umberto D. (1952) Italian subtitled... 8/10

Carlo Battisti
Maria-Pia Casilio

Vittorio De Sica Director

One of my all-time favorite European films! A real heart-tugger! [Smile]
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Touch of Evil(1958) B/W 8/10

Charlton heston
Orson Welles
Janet Leigh
Marlene Dietrich
Zsa Zsa Gabor

Orson Welles Director
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Psycho(1960) B/W 9.5/10

Anthony Perkins
Janet Leigh
Vera Miles
Martin Balsam

Alfred Hitchc0ck Director

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Spellbound(1945) B/W 6.5/10

Ingrid Bergman
Gregory Peck

Alfred Hitchc0ck Director

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Some Like It Hot(1959) 8.5/10

Tony Curtis
Jack Lemmon
Marilyn Monroe

Billy Wilder--Director
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Sweet Smell of Success(1957) 7.5/10

Tony Curtis
Burt Lancaster

Alexander Mackendrick--Director
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The Defiant Ones(1958) 8/10

Tony Curtis
Sidney Poitier

Stanley Kramer--Director

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I just watched the end of Ben Hur-I have never seen it ever...my mom loves it...the end was awesome, so I need to watch the whole thing now.

I didn't know that Charlton Heston died this year.-until just now

The way that movie was filmed was amazing, just the scenes in Rome with the amount of people. It takes place durning the time that Jesus was cruxified. The music is really outstanding. This movie was made in 1959, but set in biblical times.....so that is why I can never understand why people can't make good movies like this any more...that people watch the stuff they do...and think it is good, when you can find old movies, that were done outstandingly with brilliant acting...it just doesn't even compare.

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The African Queen(1951) 6.5/10

Humphrey Bogart
Katharine Hepburn

John Huston Director

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Don't Torture a Duckling 6.0/10

A solid Italian Hitch**** homage from gore master Lucio Fulci. The mystery was decent, but where it really gains points is with the subtext. It's actually a viscous lament againgst irrationality and religious zealotry in the face of developing modernity. Fulci's direction seems pedestrian when it comes to the basic surface-level storytelling, but he really shines like a true auteur layering in all the deeper meanings into scenes.

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Adam's Rib(1949) 7/10

Spencer Tracy
Katharine Hepburn

George Cukor--Director

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Bad Day At Black Rock (1955) 9/10

Spencer Tracy
Robert Ryan
Ann Francis
Walter Brennan
Ernest Borgnine
Lee Marvin

John Sturges--Director

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3:10 To Yuma (1957) B/W 7/10

Glenn Ford
Van Heflin

Delmer Daves--Director

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I've been in a Mario Bava mood, Kill, Baby...Kill (1966), Knives Of The Avenger (1966) and The Girl Who Knew Too Much (1963)
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Harvey(1950) B/W 6/10

James Stewart
Josephine Hull

Henry Koster--Director

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The Trouble With Harry(1955) 7/10

Shirley MacLaine
William Forsythe

Alfred Hitchc0ck--Director

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Fury(1936) 8/10

Spencer Tracy
Sylvia Sidney

Fritz Lang--Director

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Nashville (1975) 7.5/10

Ned Beatty
Lily Tomlin
Jeff Goldblum
Karen Black
Keith Carradine
Shelley Duvall

Robert Altman--Director

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Rashomon (1950) B/W Japanese Subtitled 8.5/10

Toshiro Mifune

Akira Kurosawa--Director

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A Study In Terror (1965) - Ooh, I really enjoyed this little Jack the Ripper Sherlock Holmes film.
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My friend sent me Midnight Cowboy in the mail today...I really would like to watch it tonight...but I think my mom wants to see it, and she is on vacation right now...so I might have to wait until she gets home, but I can't wait to see it.
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Isis, if you like Midnight Cowboy you should really make a point to check out Scarecrow with Gene Hackman and Al Pacino. It's a very similar film and one which seems to go largely unnoticed for some reason.
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The Skull (1965) and Frankenstein Created Woman (1967)
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The Misfits(1961) B/W 7/10

Clark Gable--died a couple weeks after filming
Marilyn Monroe--her last completed film
Montgomery Clift
Eli Wallach
Thelma Ritter

John Huston--Director

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Animal House (1978) 9/10

I forgot how good this film was. Belushi RIP has me in bits all the way through. After watchin it i felt like watchin Porkys.

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I just finally watched Midnight Cowboy.

I always liked the song "Everybody's Talkin". I forgot that it came from this movie.

It was a watchable movie. John Voight wanted to be a male prostitute...but he actually ended up being with 1 person...the whole time...him and Dustin Hoffman..were basically homeless....and they were living in a condemed building...and it just was so sad...that people haved lived like that...and still do.

You take food for granted when you have it...I have never been that poor ever...that I didn't have food...so I can't even imagine what that would be like, and how a few dollars would feel like you were rich...when all you needed was food. That really is the 1 thing that people have to worry about....is food and shelter.

It does have a sad ending....but the fact that they became friends was kind of nice.

There was a ton of weird stuff and odd scenes in that movie that did remind me of Looking for Mr. Goodbar. They threw a bunch of drug scenes in with people completely goofed up on drugs...like LSD...there was a bunch of messed up stuff going on in the 70's too.

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We just watched Carrie the other night, I'd forgotten how great the cinematography and the editing were. I love the scene where the camera is following the rope from under the stairs up to the blood filled bucket, and you see Amy Irving sneaking behind the stage in an almost split screen shot. It's very Hitch****ian, and I loved it.
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