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My Weekly Spock: Leonard, The Acting Coach

Remember a while back when I posted those great pics of Leonard in a tennis sweater? Well, a reader kindly provided me with the full article (and pictures) that came with it!  89 more words

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Horrorible Reivew: "Jason Bourne"

Jason Bourne

Originally, Jason Bourne was a character in a Robert Ludlum novel, but the movie Jason doesn’t bear much resemblance to the book guy who, when he’s not saving the world from the bad guy is a professor of oriental studies.   922 more words

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Petulia (1968)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 9 out of 10

4-Word Review: A very brief affair.

While attending a medical fundraiser Petulia (Julie Christie) who is a married rich socialite, decides to come-on to Archie (George C. 657 more words

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The Music Lovers (1971)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 6 out of 10

4-Word Review: Madness has no bounds.

This is a revealing look at Russian composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (Richard Chamberlain) and based on his own personal correspondences as he fought his homosexual tendencies by marrying Nina (Glenda Jackson) a woman he really did not love. 366 more words

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The Last Wave (1977)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 6 out of 10

4-Word Review: Suffering from strange premonitions.

David Burton (Richard Chamberlain) is a lawyer working in Sydney, Australia who is hired to defend some aborigines that have been accused of murder. 542 more words

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The Feminine Mistake

I’ve got nothing against Yvette Mimieux. She brought real innocence to the innocents she played in The Time Machine and Light in the Piazza.  415 more words

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Ken Russell's Woefully Misunderstood 1970 film, The Music Lovers

Common sense would dictate that if it were the intention of Roy Baird, the producer of The Music Lovers, to make a concise reconstruction of the life of legendary Russian composer, Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, he should’ve considered someone other than Ken Russell to direct the film. 1,149 more words

LOST IN THE 1970s WITH GENEROSO