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    True Lies - loved it when JLC punched him for lying to her.


    Brian Adams
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    Leonard Cohen. He has the whole Canadian-jewish-buddhist-brilliant lyricist thing going on.

    Would you visit my hometown?
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    if someone else paid the "expenses"...maybe..
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    I plead the fifth...


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    Highway 61 Revisited, then The Beatles (1968)

    same question

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    Too hard. My favorite right now is Exile on Main Street.

    Is this scary? The S from hell
    ...wha?

    vaguely unnerving...
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    ...wha?

    Do you fast on Good Friday?

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    Quote Originally Posted by siouxdonym View Post
    Is this scary? The S from hell
    The 1970s was a terrifying, sanguinary decade, so the Screen Gems S is perfect for it.

    No. I never fast.

    1971
    1972
    1973
    1974
    1975

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    I wasn't around for any of them as you know, dear falling_dance, but if you must know....1975.

    Academy Award nominees for best picture in said years...

    1971: The French Connection, A Clockwork Orange, Fiddler on the Roof, The Last Picture Show, Nicholas and Alexandra
    1972: The Godfather, Cabaret, Deliverance, Sounder, The Emigrants
    1973 The Sting, American Grafitti, The Exorcist, A Touch of Class, Cries and Whispers
    1974: The Godfather Part II, Chinatown, The Conversation, Lenny, The Towering Inferno
    1975: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Barry Lyndon, Dog Day Afternoon, Jaws, Nashville

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    The nominees from 1971, especially the second of those.

    years I wasn't around for either

    1976
    1977
    1978
    1979
    1980 (except as a fetus)

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    Quote Originally Posted by falling_dance View Post
    The 1970s was a terrifying, sanguinary decade, so the Screen Gems S is perfect for it.
    Isn't every decade fairly "sanguinary"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by falling_dance View Post
    The nominees from 1971, especially the second of those.
    Good choice. The Last Picture Show is and you know how I feel about Clockwork. Have you seen Nicholas and Alexandra? I've never even heard of it.

    1980 because that's when you were conceived.

    Best Picture WINNERS from said decades:
    Rocky
    Annie Hall
    The Deer Hunter
    Kramer vs. Kramer
    Ordinary People

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    Quote Originally Posted by siouxdonym View Post
    Isn't every decade fairly "sanguinary"?
    "Every point in human history is dark." -- Gore Vidal

    Fair enough. I suspect that the 1970s was worse than its successors, though I lack the research to back it up. It's certainly the case that a number of countries knew a lot more peace back then than since.

    I found Nicholas and Alexandra to be pretty slow-moving and dull when I saw it as a teenager who really liked the Robert K. Massie book on which it was based.

    The Deer Hunter, then Ordinary People

    Meryl Streep in Julia, The Deer Hunter, or Kramer vs. Kramer?

    Quote Originally Posted by siouxdonym View Post
    you know how I feel about Clockwork.
    Yes, I'm aware of your sick thing for housecats. Charlemagne says "hey".
    Last edited by falling_dance; 03-21-2013 at 12:16 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by falling_dance View Post
    Yes, I'm aware of your sick thing for housecats. Charlemagne says "hey".
    Johnny Cat says hi too.

    Hmmmmm....Meryl Streep supporting roles. The Deer Hunter.

    The 70's was my favorite decade for Best Actress. It was the first decade where the sappy histrionic style of old school Hollywood acting had been effectively phased out in favor of a more gritty, realistic, and cynical fare.

    1970 - Glenda Jackson "Women in Love"
    1971 - Jane Fonda "Klute"
    1972 - Liza Minnelli "Cabaret"
    1973 - Glenda Jackson "A Touch of Class"
    or
    1974 - Ellen Burstyn "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore"

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    Jane Fonda in Klute.

    I've said "same question" too many times already, but...

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    I loved all five but today I would go with Glenda Jackson in "Women in Love". English post-war sexual adventure at its most subtle.

    1975 - Louise Fletcher "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"
    1976 - Faye Dunaway "Network"
    1977 - Diane Keaton "Annie Hall"
    1978 - Jane Fonda "Coming Home"
    1979 - Sally Field "Norma Rae"

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    Jane Fonda...

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    Dodge Dart. The ubiquity of the the commercials online has gotten to me.

    vans or station wagons?

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    Station wagons


    The Walking Dead
    Game of Thrones
    Merlin
    Once Upon a Time

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    You watch too much TV. Walking Dead because I heart zombies.

    human,
    computer,
    or
    a murderously intelligent, sensuously self programmed non being!
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