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Sophia Loren....Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow - My Life

To see Sophia Loren smile is an on-screen treasure. To see her weep can tear down even the coldest of hearts.

For me Sophia is one of those go to ladies when I think of the most beautiful women to ever grace the screen. 529 more words

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What's the Matter With Jack?: "The Odd Couple" (1968)

        There’s a wonderful Jack Lemmon moment in Gene Saks’ film of Neil Simon’s stage play”The Odd Couple” in which the suicidal news writer Felix Ungar (played by Lemmon) sits dejectedly in a sleazy (though overly lit) exotic dancer bar, despondent over his recent… 375 more words


RIP, Joseph Sargent.

Joseph Sargent
(July 22, 1925 – December 22, 2014)

Just saw that director Joseph Sargent has passed away after a long, distinguished career as a TV director (he did that great… 83 more words


Blu-Ray News #16: Charley Varrick (1973).

Charley Varrick (1973) is one of the best crime films ever made. It’s one of the best films of the 70s, period. And Don Siegel is one of the best directors to ever crawl behind a camera. 33 more words

DVD/Blu-ray News

A Christmas Carol (1956-1978) - Versions 6-10 of 20 - reviewed by George

6. The Stingiest Man in Town (1956 – 1:21, with the DVD Release in 2011)

Scrooge = Basil Rathbone / Cratchit = Martyn Green / Tiny Tim = Dennis Kohler.     2,632 more words