The Mystery Train Blog
What if the “Elvis movie” genre had its own awards show? Take a walk down the sepia carpet into. . . the edge of reality. 161 more words
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Mike's Take On the Movies
If you haven’t seen this great comedy, what are you waiting for?
My Old Addiction
Directed by Billy Wilder
This was the first time that Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau were teamed up on screen, and from this point on a legendary cinematic pairing was born. 90 more words
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What else do two lonely grumpy old men who also happen to be played by one of the best comedy teams of all time,Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon, need more than Ann Margret. 235 more words
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For the first of 5 live takes, chatting Pirates from Roman Polanski.
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The Movie Court
DVD review from The Movie Snob.
The Bad News Bears (B-). The pickings are a little slim in theaters right now, so I thought I’d try to watch some of these DVDs that have been gathering dust on my shelves for years. 139 more words
24 Femmes Per Second
Inger Stevens: in A Guide for the Married Man (1967) with Walter Matthau, directed by Gene Kelly, theme song by The Turtles
24 Femmes Per Second… 52 more words
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