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Forum: General Movie Discussion 3 hours ago
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Rate The Last Movie You Saw
Posted By GulfportDoc
Nice review. You made some good points. Here is...

Nice review. You made some good points. Here is my commentary from 2018 after it was nominated for Academy Awards:


Green Book(2018)
It’s a sure fire indication of a...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 3 days ago
Replies: 326
Noirvember 2022
Posted By GulfportDoc
Yeah, Tierney was actually a pretty good actor. ...

Yeah, Tierney was actually a pretty good actor. I read where he complained that he was always used as a bad guy, and so became type cast. He claimed that he didn't like playing bad guys.

The...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 4 days ago
Replies: 326
Noirvember 2022
Posted By GulfportDoc
Yeah, Born to Kill is a great noir. To me the...

Yeah, Born to Kill is a great noir. To me the most stunning facet of the picture is Lawrence Tierney, who always portrayed the nastiest of the bad guy leads in noir. He was also a badass in real...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 6 days ago
Replies: 326
Noirvember 2022
Posted By GulfportDoc
Heh, heh. Everyone notices that in more modern...

Heh, heh. Everyone notices that in more modern times, and there's been a lot of discussion about it. I was totally perplexed when I heard it throughout the picture, almost like a hallucination!
...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 6 days ago
Replies: 326
Noirvember 2022
Posted By GulfportDoc
Well you're right. Betty Grable did 42 movies,...

Well you're right. Betty Grable did 42 movies, and probably only a couple were dramatic roles. She was strictly musicals and comedies. She did a nice job in IWUS though.
Forum: General Movie Discussion 1 week ago
Replies: 326
Noirvember 2022
Posted By GulfportDoc
I think it's interesting that although The...

I think it's interesting that although The Maltese Falcon is generally regarded by the experts as the first film of the recognizable noir movement in Hollywood, I Wake Up Screaming, released a month...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 1 week ago
Replies: 326
Noirvember 2022
Posted By GulfportDoc
90054 The Guilty (1947) This is an...

90054
The Guilty (1947)

This is an “A” noir story filmed as a “B” movie by Monogram Pictures. Cornell Woolrich’s work was a cornucopia of noir stories used as a basis for many films. ...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 1 week ago
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Rate The Last Movie You Saw
Posted By GulfportDoc
90053 The Guilty (1947) This is an...

90053
The Guilty (1947)


This is an “A” noir story filmed as a “B” movie by Monogram Pictures. Cornell Woolrich’s work was a cornucopia of noir stories used as a basis for many films. ...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 1 week ago
Replies: 326
Noirvember 2022
Posted By GulfportDoc
I agree with you for sure. Even though Harper...

I agree with you for sure. Even though Harper was based upon Ross MacDonald's The Moving Target, it was practically a contemporary update of The Big Sleep, even casting Lauren Bacall.

I really...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 1 week ago
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Rate The Last Movie You Saw
Posted By GulfportDoc
Interesting about Neeson. I've seen just about...

Interesting about Neeson. I've seen just about all of his movies, and just watched Memory (2022) the other night. He's an actor that doesn't get enough credit for his acting abilities, which I...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 1 week ago
Replies: 32,809
Movie You're Watching Tonight
Posted By GulfportDoc
Ah geez, I hate to hear that. Although PC...

Ah geez, I hate to hear that. Although PC sickens me, I'll probably still watch it because I'm a fan of Edward Norton's and Daniel Craig's.
Forum: General Movie Discussion 1 week ago
Replies: 326
Noirvember 2022
Posted By GulfportDoc
I really like the film too. The noir lighting...

I really like the film too. The noir lighting you referred to is by the great cinematographer Nicholas Musaraca (Out Of The Past, Clash By Night), who is one of my 2 or 3 favorite noir DPs.

I...
Forum: Actors, Awards, & Directors 1 week ago
Replies: 17
Orson Welles Appreciation Thread
Posted By GulfportDoc
Although my favorites of Welles' are Citizen Kane...

Although my favorites of Welles' are Citizen Kane and The Third Man, I like everything he was ever in.

And I've been forever grateful to him for suggesting to Peter Bogdanovich that he film The...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 2 weeks ago
Replies: 49
Movies Centered Around Single Outcast Women?
Posted By GulfportDoc
An important part of Zorba the Greek (1964)...

An important part of Zorba the Greek (1964) rather follows that description. Irene Papas was phenomenal as the town's widow who resists remarriage. Of course everyone was first rate in that film.
Forum: General Movie Discussion 2 weeks ago
Replies: 326
Noirvember 2022
Posted By GulfportDoc
You're watching some great ones, my man! KMD is...

You're watching some great ones, my man! KMD is a great noir, and a wonderful debut for Cloris Leachman. You can see right away in her small part how talented she was. Maxine Cooper as Velda,...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 2 weeks ago
Replies: 326
Noirvember 2022
Posted By GulfportDoc
I can't recall if I've ever seen that film. I'll...

I can't recall if I've ever seen that film. I'll have to check it out! Be sure and watch Kubrick's third film, The Killing (1956)-- a late, but classic, noir with a dream cast.
Forum: General Movie Discussion 2 weeks ago
Replies: 326
Noirvember 2022
Posted By GulfportDoc
Oh, YEAH! Ella Raines was a gorgeous doll with a...

Oh, YEAH! Ella Raines was a gorgeous doll with a personality beyond her time. As you know she was in Phantom Lady (1944), which was Siodmak's first noir. AND it was based on a story by Cornell...
Forum: The Television & Music Forum 2 weeks ago
Replies: 456
What are you currently binge-watching?
Posted By GulfportDoc
'Preciate the recommendation. We watched the...

'Preciate the recommendation. We watched the series and really enjoyed it. I've never believed some of the basic conclusions of mainstream archeology, so this series was a nice aside to that. And...
Forum: The Television & Music Forum 2 weeks ago
Replies: 111
Laugh With Matt
Posted By GulfportDoc
Funny guy...:D

Funny guy...:D
Forum: General Movie Discussion 2 weeks ago
Replies: 326
Noirvember 2022
Posted By GulfportDoc
Ha! You cracked me up..:D And you picked one of...

Ha! You cracked me up..:D And you picked one of the absolute great noirs-- top 5 for sure.
Forum: General Movie Discussion 2 weeks ago
Replies: 326
Noirvember 2022
Posted By GulfportDoc
I haven't seen the list, but just about any noir...

I haven't seen the list, but just about any noir with Barbara Stanwyck in it might fit the bill. A good one? If you haven't seen it-- The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (1946). It's also Kirk...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 2 weeks ago
Replies: 326
Noirvember 2022
Posted By GulfportDoc
Good film, but strange to see Gene Kelly as a bad...

Good film, but strange to see Gene Kelly as a bad guy. I've seen most of Siodmak's films, with the exception of Time Out of Mind (1947), which reportedly was poorly regarded. I think he did 11...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 2 weeks ago
Replies: 326
Noirvember 2022
Posted By GulfportDoc
If you'd like to see a good noir set at...

If you'd like to see a good noir set at Christmastime, a good choice would be I, the Jury (1953) based on the Mickey Spillane novel. It features wonderful photography by the great John Alton.
Forum: General Movie Discussion 2 weeks ago
Replies: 326
Noirvember 2022
Posted By GulfportDoc
The film version was probably more believable...

The film version was probably more believable than the book version. But Hitchcock wanted to do this: Have Grant bring Fontaine the poisoned milk after she has just finished a letter to her mother...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 2 weeks ago
Replies: 326
Noirvember 2022
Posted By GulfportDoc
I liked the film more than you did. In fact I...

I liked the film more than you did. In fact I believe it to be far superior to Scarlet Street (1945)-- a follow up Lang noir with the same combo of Robinson, Bennett and Duryea.

I'll concede that...