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Throwback Thursday-Grumpy Old Men (1993) and Grumpier Old Men (1995)

There is something about a long time friendship. After decades of being around each other, there is a short hand that exists between the two friends. 191 more words

Movie Review

Fifty Great Films: The Odd Couple (1968)

Third in my occasional series of fifty great films is this wonderful comedy classic featuring one of my favourite actors, Jack Lemmon (and this certainly won’t be the only Lemmon film in that list of fifty greats). 352 more words


Hello, Dolly! - un regal cinematografic

Cu 3 premii Oscar.

Cu Barbra Streisand, Walter Matthau, regia – Gene Kelly.

Un film pentru toata familia

Catalin Dupu

A New Leaf

“ cannot tempt to virtue as we do to vice,” Screwtape declares in his titular letters, holy-ghost-written by C.S. Lewis. However Screwtape is one of the leads in a legion of demons, assigned to mentor a young devil in the methods of tempting men, so perhaps he is not trustworthy. 586 more words

Movie Review - Lonely are the Brave (1962)

Director: David Miller

Stars: Kirk Douglas, Walter Matthau, Gena Rowlands, Michael Kane

Jack Burns (Douglas) is one of the last cowboys. In an effort to spring his old friend (Kane) from jail he gets into a brawl, and then escapes from jail. 307 more words

3 things about Stuart Rosenberg's THE LAUGHING POLICEMAN

The Laughing Policeman

1. Chivas Regal and rubbers.
2. “Did she go out with a lot of men?”
“She didn’t go out with men … at all.” 6 more words

Hello, Dolly! (1969)

Not to be confused with Barbra Streisand’s 2003 performance on Oprah in which she sang “Smile” while a slideshow of her deceased dog played in the background. 558 more words