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Lou Lumenick
'With Lou, it only becomes a big deal if his review is really nasty,' says a publicist. A studio exec: 'F— that f—er.' -- The Hollywood Reporter 4/10/2015
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Lou Lumenick 7h
It's in "Special Presentations.''
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Tyler Coates 13h
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Rupert Pupkin 11h
- Here's a link to a bunch more 's Blu-rays on sale right now:
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The Irish Times 11h
Giant Minion escapes to cause road incident in Dublin
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Terry Towles Canote 11h
TCM host Ben Mankiewicz's path from snarky newbie to a classic in his own right
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Lou Lumenick 17h
Unfortunately not.
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Beth Ann Gallagher 17h
It's my last day of work before I start vacation. Soon I'll be on my way to the & !
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Bob Furmanek Jul 31
TCM has posted Dick Dinman's In-Depth Salute to 3-D RARITIES:
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Lou Lumenick 17h
It could also be music rights. Sometimes easier to clear a film for one medium than another.
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Lou Lumenick 19h
Saw the JOY trailer yesterday with TRAINWRECK. Actually makes THE INTERN trailer look decent by comparison.
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Lou Lumenick 19h
Bill Hader is funny/charming in TRAINWRECK, but didn't convince me for a second that he was actually in love with Amy Schumer's character.
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Bobby Rivers 20h
Oh, , you made my weekend with your cool comments about my work back in the day. Thanks!
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Lou Lumenick Aug 2
Also, Rex Ingram, THE GREEN PASTURES (1936).
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Lou Lumenick Aug 2
Earlier: Clinton Rosemond, THEY WON'T FORGET (1937).
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Lou Lumenick Aug 2
Billie also plays it straight in A BILL OF DIVORCEMENT (1932)
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Gary Tooze Aug 2
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Farran Nehme Aug 2
And people screech about ruined childhood movies & I'm like, "You know what? KILL my childhood, bury it like the goddamn house of Usher"
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Thomas Doherty Aug 2
I remember by grandparents talking about the No Irish Need Apply ads. I hope this girl applies to Brandeis.
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Lou Lumenick Aug 2
I saw virtually every movie released between 1981 and 1989, reviewed a great many of them. Not nostalgic about era at all.
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Lou Lumenick Aug 2
Harvey dump job of Jean-Piere Jeuneut's THE YOUNG & PRODIGIOUS T.S. SPIVET averaged $320 on 100 screens.
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