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Forum: Ongoing Tournaments & Brackets 7 hours ago
Replies: 104
Film Noir HoF III
Posted By GulfportDoc
Le Corbeau (1943) I had never seen this film...

Le Corbeau (1943)

I had never seen this film before this HOF, so it was interesting to see how the French were doing it in 1943at least how director Henri Clouzot was. Its a bit of a jumble of...
Forum: The Television & Music Forum 13 hours ago
Replies: 2
The Keepers - Who killed Sister Cathy?
Posted By GulfportDoc
The Keepers - Who killed Sister Cathy?

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This is a mesmerizing 7 part docu-series on Netflix from 2017. Being curious about the title, I sampled the first episode, and I was hooked.

The main story is about a young nun who...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 1 day ago
Replies: 193
CURRENT MOVIE CLICHES
Posted By GulfportDoc
Yes, and they always show the computer operator...

Yes, and they always show the computer operator typing away like mad. They never use the MOUSE. What, are they all working in DOS?..:D
Replies: 104
Film Noir HoF III
Posted By GulfportDoc
I too have seen them all except for Le Corbeau,...

I too have seen them all except for Le Corbeau, so will look forward to watching the French noir.

I'm surprised that no one yet has chosen The Big Sleep which, along with Double Indemnity, are my...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 2 days ago
Replies: 55,102
Rate The Last Movie You Saw
Posted By GulfportDoc
I think it's one of the best ultra low budget...

I think it's one of the best ultra low budget science fictions films ever made-- certainly in the 21st Century.
Forum: General Movie Discussion 2 days ago
Replies: 55,102
Rate The Last Movie You Saw
Posted By GulfportDoc
Believe it or not, I was an extra in that movie,...

Believe it or not, I was an extra in that movie, shot at Universal in the L.A. Valley. Got 3 day's pay out of it and some pretty good catered food. One of the only movies I ever heard of that was...
Forum: Actors, Awards, & Directors 3 days ago
Replies: 8
Worst Movie By Your Favorite Director?
Posted By GulfportDoc
Alfred Hitchcock - Under Capricorn (1949). A...

Alfred Hitchcock - Under Capricorn (1949). A decent film, just not good Hitchcock.
Forum: Ongoing Tournaments & Brackets 3 days ago
Replies: 104
Film Noir HoF III
Posted By GulfportDoc
I haven't been paying attention for the last few...

I haven't been paying attention for the last few days, CR. Nom sent.
Forum: The Television & Music Forum 3 days ago
Replies: 8
GOLIATH
Posted By GulfportDoc
Enjoyed your comments, Tongo. I too will be...

Enjoyed your comments, Tongo. I too will be eager to watch the 4th season. I'm a Billy Bob fan!
Forum: The Television & Music Forum 3 days ago
Replies: 0
Zappa vs. Beefheart: What Were They Really Like?
Posted By GulfportDoc
Zappa vs. Beefheart: What Were They Really Like?

For those of you who are aware of these two rock stars from the past, you might be interested in a recent article I wrote comparing/contrasting the two of them. I was a friend to both, and played...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 4 days ago
Replies: 55,102
Rate The Last Movie You Saw
Posted By GulfportDoc
62060 The Gentlemen (2019) Fans of Guy...

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The Gentlemen (2019)

Fans of Guy Ritchie's --especially of his earlier Brit crime comedies, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, and Snatch-- will be delighted that he's returned 20...
Replies: 3
A new way to find movies based on unconventional categories
Posted By GulfportDoc
Very nice site, and a clever idea. I hope, as...

Very nice site, and a clever idea. I hope, as you get more films listed into the categories, your site's popularity will increase. Good luck to you!
Forum: General Movie Discussion 6 days ago
Replies: 46
Do you believe that Netflix is 'killing' the cinema industry?
Posted By GulfportDoc
Emily, is your topic asking if Netflix is killing...

Emily, is your topic asking if Netflix is killing movie house attendance; or do you mean the making of movies in general (who makes them, where they're made, subject matter, etc.)?

Wish you luck...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 1 week ago
Replies: 1
Old Mystery Movies
Posted By GulfportDoc
I'm not exactly sure what you're asking, Nika,...

I'm not exactly sure what you're asking, Nika, but as a kid I listened to several radio dramas: Inner Sanctum, The Shadow, The Lone Ranger, Fibber McGee & Molly, and several others. Sadly, with the...
Replies: 1,280
Coronavirus
Posted By GulfportDoc
An excellent post, Loner! I'm starting to see...

An excellent post, Loner! I'm starting to see the first inkling of people who suspect that we've been "had" by the panic mongers.

According to the World Health Organization the worldwide seasonal...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 1 week ago
Replies: 55,102
Rate The Last Movie You Saw
Posted By GulfportDoc
61757 My House in Umbria (2003) This is...

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My House in Umbria (2003)

This is an absorbing drama/character study set in Italy starring the incomparable Maggie Smith. I'm not sure why, but the Brits do this type of film better than...
Forum: Actors, Awards, & Directors 1 week ago
Replies: 21
Actor Film Debuts
Posted By GulfportDoc
Judging by this picture I can think of a couple...

Judging by this picture I can think of a couple other things that are impressive about Miss Davis...:randy:
Replies: 1,280
Coronavirus
Posted By GulfportDoc
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Forum: General Movie Discussion 1 week ago
Replies: 55,102
Rate The Last Movie You Saw
Posted By GulfportDoc
61708 The Art of Racing in the Rain (2019) ...

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The Art of Racing in the Rain (2019)

This is a delightful, humorous and touching film directed by Simon Curtis from a screenplay by Mark Bomback from the novel by Garth Stein.

The movie...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 1 week ago
Replies: 55,102
Rate The Last Movie You Saw
Posted By GulfportDoc
I really liked the film and most of the story. ...

I really liked the film and most of the story. But it had one of the worst endings I've ever seen in a noir...:rolleyes:
Forum: General Movie Discussion 2 weeks ago
Replies: 39
What counts as a surrealist movie?
Posted By GulfportDoc
IMO there are surreal elements in Welles' The...

IMO there are surreal elements in Welles' The Trial (1962) based on the Kafka novel.

There are purely surreal segments in Hitchcock's Spellbound (1945), designed by Salvador Dali. But of course...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 2 weeks ago
Replies: 55,102
Rate The Last Movie You Saw
Posted By GulfportDoc
61425 Motherless Brooklyn (2019) This is...

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Motherless Brooklyn (2019)

This is a well done, well thought out production by Edward Norton, based on the book by Jonathan Lethem of the same name. Norton produced, directed, wrote the...
Replies: 1,280
Coronavirus
Posted By GulfportDoc
Yes, that is evidently the logic. However,...

Yes, that is evidently the logic. However, according to the articles, it's not that children are getting it and simply not showing any symptoms, thereby having the potential to pass it on to adults;...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 2 weeks ago
Replies: 26
The Thing From Another World (1951) VS. The Thing (1982)
Posted By GulfportDoc
I'm a fan of the 1951 version. It had a helluva...

I'm a fan of the 1951 version. It had a helluva impact then. I liked the pacing and suspense.

The '82 version obviously had far superior special effects, but it was too busy. I enjoyed it, but...
Replies: 1,280
Coronavirus
Posted By GulfportDoc
One might wonder why they're doing that. ...

One might wonder why they're doing that. Evidently the virus is not affecting children:...