This film is much more original than the first two entries. First, chronology is not that important, and second, a lot of the material is from the vaults and has never been seen by us common folks before. 353 more words
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When I was at summer camp one summer in my adolescence, I learning synchronized swimming.
It was incredible.
I had always loved to swim. As soon as I could crawl practically, I was also in the pool. 540 more words
Hoodlum Saint, a rather worthless William Powell flick that he somehow got suckered into making. The script appears to have been written by committee, by several committees, none of them on speaking terms, and Powell and a good cast of character actors–Frank McHugh, James Gleason, and Angela Lansbury among them–are totally wasted on insipid dialog, silly gags and plots twists so random that if you leave the room for a minute and come back you’d think that someone changed the channel and found another William Powell movie you’d never seen before. 299 more words
Our lives were forever changed when a mystical entity named DJ Mermaid Bubbles floated into our studio last week. It was like meeting Darryl Hannah from the movie… 113 more words