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"The Goodbye Girl" (1977) Had Me at Hello

I officially love The Goodbye Girl (1977). If you don’t believe me yet, I’ll inform you that I recently received a print of the official poster in the mail and I’ve hung it up on my bedroom wall right next to my Top Hat poster. 1,003 more words

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Richard Dreyfuss swears he’s still alive after Julia Louis-Dreyfus Emmy confusion

Just to be clear: Julia’s father was billionaire poet William Louis-Dreyfus – not Academy Award-winning Jaws and Mr Holland’s Opus actor Richard Dreyfuss. Note the extra ‘s’ in Richard’s surname.

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Richard Dreyfuss Corrects Internet Users on Which Dreyfuss He Is

Actor Richard Dreyfuss went on Twitter last night after the Emmy Awards to confirm that (a) he is not dead and that (b) he is not Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ father. 71 more words

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Richard Dreyfuss Corrects Internet Users on Which Dreyfuss He

Actor Richard Dreyfuss went on Twitter last night after the Emmy Awards to confirm that (a) he is not dead and that (b) he is not Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ father. 71 more words

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Richard Dreyfuss Appreciates The Concern, But He's Not Julia Louis-Dreyfus' Late Father

I'm actually not Julia Louis-Dreyfus' father. But I really appreciate all the concerned tweets. https://t.co/4heUxufeOa

— Richard Dreyfuss (@RichardDreyfuss) September 19, 2016

It was a time for celebration.

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The Facts of Life

“These are the facts of the case. And they are undisputed.”, Capt. Jack Ross, A Few Good Men

  1. The instrument that defines rock and roll is the guitar and while Hendrix is magical and Clapton masterful, rock owes its soul to Jimmy Page.
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Of Rogues and Rational Men: Looking Back on 1975's Jaws (Spoilers Ahead)

Among the many takeaways from director Steven Spielberg 1975 feature film, Jaws, is that sometimes, and I’ve not ungroundedly been waiting to say this for so very long, sometimes the (arguably more deceptively) simpler films are among the best. 1,159 more words