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Lou Lumenick
Film Editor/Chief Film Critic, NY Post. 'F— that f—er' —studio exec quoted by The Hollywood Reporter, 4/10/2015.
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Lou Lumenick 13h
At least no clowns.
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Thomas Doherty 19h
Chinese owners to gut Waldorf Astoria, where on Nov 25, 1947, the MPAA issued infamous Waldorf Statement, marking onset of blacklist era.
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The Nitrate Diva 21h
Happy . Just don't go out on the lake with anybody wearing these LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN shades.
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Lou Lumenick 22h
Sent you a DM, Fritzi!
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Lou Lumenick Jun 26
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Brian D. Earp Jun 26
Rome elects first female mayor in 2800 years | The New Daily
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edward Jun 26
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Scott Mendelson Jun 26
Weekend Box Office: Nabs $16.7M, Flops With $7.7M via by
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Scott Mendelson Jun 26
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Warner Archive Jun 26
Come on over to for a Pre-Code of Night Nurse at 1!
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Thomas Doherty Jun 26
Chris Horak of blogs on NONE SHALL ESCAPE (1944), the prophetic vision of a Nuremberg-like tribunal.
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James Hancock Jun 25
International posters for one of the best comedies of the 30s, 'Trouble in Paradise' (1932) dir by Ernst Lubitsch
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E Vincentelli Jun 26
I don't think it's an exaggeration to say that a lot of people here in France want England to go down in flames at
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Classic Film Reader Jun 25
Journey Classic Film Fridays With Carmen Miranda: That Night in Rio (1941)
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Monika Henreid Jun 25
June 25, 1942...74 years ago My Father’s first day on the set … his first day as Victor Laszlo
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Alan Hait Jun 25
The candidate and 2 of his most devoted supporters at campaign kickoff
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Lou Lumenick Jun 25
I totally agree, but I am just trying to point out that it slavery is presented in a totally dishonest manner in GWTW.
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Lou Lumenick Jun 25
Isn't that what you were trying to do, by incorrectly implying that I was trying to ban art?
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Brittani Burnham Jun 25
Spotlight is on Netflix and I practically screamed at my husband to throw it in our queue. Such a great film.
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Lou Lumenick Jun 25
And it's spelled kudos, same as in English.
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