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One of the things that made the 1980s such a fun period of time for movie-goers was the proliferation of fantasy movies to choose from, even though visual effects and budgets of the time never really had the ability to deliver the kind of mind-boggling spectacles that audiences can expect today. 945 more words


Movie Review: Annie (1982)

Starring: Aileen Quinn, Albert Finney and Carol Burnett

Directed by: John Huston

During the prohibition era of the 1930’s Annie is stuck inside an orphanage which is managed by the child hating tyrant Miss Hannigan. 602 more words


Shiver with anticipation

The other day I picked up younger son from baseball practice. I had ordered a new pair of socks for him and I wanted him to try to guess what might be on them. 150 more words

Musings And Epiphanies

Is the new IT better than the original IT?

“Is the new IT better than the original IT?” I have been asked this question by numerous amounts of people, and my personal opinion is yes. 329 more words

Jumanji animated series (1996-1999) review

So you remember a while back when I did a review for both Jumanji movies, and briefly mentioned that there was an animated show back in the 90s?  1,968 more words


Movie soundtrack song of the day

I didn’t have to dig too deep into the film files to find this one. No Gene Kelly or Judy Garland stuff on this one. Nothing in black and white. 37 more words


Annie (1982)


You’re getting Annie (1982) as my comfort movie…


In the 1920s, baby Annie is left at an orphanage by her parents, who promise to return for her.  1,631 more words

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