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Never Say Goodbye (1946) Remembering Errol Flynn Day 2

Screwball comedy is not what we associate Errol Flynn with and although this film is by no means one of the genre’s classics it does show us that Flynn could play light comedy. 508 more words

Daily Take

The last 16 movies of my Eleanor Parker marathon were not the best selection of films. Categories:

“Above average”: Three Secrets, The Voice of the Turtle, Pride of the Marines… 76 more words


The Sound of Music

Derik’s Feature

Not being a huge fan of musicals to begin with, I always wonder what makes a musical so successful. We can probably make the argument that The Sound of Music is the most successful movie musical there is. 1,241 more words


The Sound Of Music


(out of 5)

The hills are alive with some of the most enjoyable schmaltz you’ll ever see. There’s plenty to criticize in this candy-coloured version of the life of the Von Trapp Family Singers, but it’s just so damn popular you might as well go with the flow and like it anyway. 321 more words


“I’m a sucker for America. Do you know I stayed abroad once for four months and every time I saw an American flag I would literally burst with pride, patriotism and nostalgia. 14 more words