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31 March 2010 @ 01:24 pm
In the words of andi88:
WHY AREN'T YOU FUCKERS COMMENTING? TELL ME NOW!

We are a community of 470+ members! So why is it that each post has on average 10 (or less) comments, and no one is posting at all? With the activity going on here (or lack thereof), we are going to die out as a comm!

To put some life back into this comm, I had set up a poll a few days ago for a community watchalong movie post. The deadline to vote in the poll was originally today 11:50 EST, but I'm extending it to tomorrow, 11:50 EST, just because only 11 (out of 477) people voted.

Come on, guys! A watch post'll be no fun with only 11 people! PLEASE VOTE AND TAKE PART! And for all of you lurkers out there, DELURK! We don't bite, I promise!

The entry with the poll is HERE, please see to it that you vote if you haven't already!

Thank you!

ETA: I'm not trying to be mean! I'm not actually calling anyone a fucker! I just want you all to get a little more involved :(
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28 March 2010 @ 10:26 pm
Seeing this community is all about old Hollywood movies, i'm wondering if anyone can help me out. I have an assignment where i need to find quotes regarding "Rebel without a Cause." Could anyone help me by telling me where i can find movie reviews for older films?




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25 December 2009 @ 10:29 am



For over 60 years, families have enjoyed Frank Capra's classic Christmas film "It's a Wonderful Life." Jimmy Stewart, as down-and-out banker George Bailey, learns the value of family and life's blessings through a "Christmas Miracle" in the small town of Bedford Falls.

On the internet it proves difficult to alter reality to impart life lessons. But we can transmit the gift of information. For you to learn more about "It's a Wonderful Life," here are five interesting tidbits about the film:

Dreaming of a White Christmas and a Silent Night

In movies of the 1940s, effects departments routinely used corn flakes painted white as snow. However, as actors walked through the "corn snow," the crunching of the flakes was so loud that dialogue couldn't be recorded.

Frank Capra wanted live dialogue in his snow scenes, so he called upon the effects department at RKO to create a new kind of artificial snow. The result: a new chemical snow, blown through a wind machine, for a truly silent night.

 

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Wishing a very merry Christmas to those who celebrate it! What fun presents did everyone get? Or, if you're like me and don't celebrate Christmas, how are you spending this lovely day off?

 
 
 
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09 December 2009 @ 02:32 pm
Since it's my birthday, and I LOVE Elizabeth, I wanted to make a post!

“So much to do,
so little done, such things to be."

{Intro!}
This post is dedicated to my idol! Dame Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor.
February 27, 1932
Hampstead, London, England, UK.


{Film}
There's One Born Every Minute 1942
Little Women 1949
Conspirator 1949
The Big Hangover 1950
Father of the Bride 1950
Father's Little Dividend 1951
A Place in the Sun 1951
Love Is Better Than Ever 1952
Ivanhoe 1952
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof 1958
Suddenly, Last Summer 1959
Scent of Mystery 1960
BUtterfield 8 1960
Cleopatra 1963 (Timeline)
Many many more!!!!.


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