Start off February with small town families, war veterans, and TNT.Read more "Weekly TCM Suggestions: 2/1 2016 – 2/7 2016"
That is the sound of me tapping my foot for these movies stuck in DVD hell to be released.Read more "Talkin’ Pictures: Still Waiting for These DVDs"
“You can leave at any time, I won’t go after you… but you’ll always come back.” ~Leo Darcy, Midnight Mary (1933)Read more "Movie Trope Thursday: All Girls Want Bad Boys"
The movie with all those people we like in it that we all pretend never happened.Read more "Riffraff: Pepe (1960)"
Learn about “David Manners Syndrome” involving the actor mostly known for the horror films Dracula (1931), The Mummy (1932), and The Black Cat (1934).Read more "Today’s Underrated Actor Spotlight: David Manners"
Who can ever forget the favorite song of Baby the leopard?Read more "I Like to Recognize the Tune: I Can’t Give You Anything But Love"
As January comes to a close you can watch drum solos, revenge, and flubber.Read more "Weekly TCM Suggestions: 1/25 2016 – 1/31 2016"
In this brief post I want to know if anybody goes to see a movie for the lone reason that it is in 3D.Read more "Talkin’ Pictures: 3D in Movies, Do You Care?"
Dexter Grayson: Anne asked me, uh, to come and see you about the divorce.
Stew Smith: She did?
Dexter Grayson: She wants me to arrange the financial settlement.
Stew Smith: Listen, Grayson, I got 106 bucks and 75 cents in the bank. Now Anne can have any part of that she wants, but she’s got to hurry, because I’m spending it awful fast.
Dexter Grayson: You don’t seem to understand. Anne doesn’t expect anything from you. We would like to know how much YOU would want to…
Stew Smith: Now wait a minute! Do I get from you that she wants to pay ME alimony?
~Platinum Blonde (1931)
The writer of This Island Earth (1955) and some Charlie Chan films takes to baseball and it is not his forte.Read more "Riffraff: The Babe Ruth Story (1948)"