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Sully was good! I really enjoyed it a lot. It's a good rental though, I wouldn't rush to the theater to see it. As always, Tom Hanks was fantastic, and Aaron Eckhart was good too. I wasn't as impressed with Laura Linney, but I never am.
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Glinda updated her STATUS: 42 minutes ago

Sully was good! I really enjoyed it a lot. It's a good rental though, I wouldn't rush to the theater to see it. As always, Tom Hanks was fantastic, and Aaron Eckhart was good too. I wasn't as impressed with Laura Linney, but I never am.
Glinda updated her STATUS: 4 days ago

The Jack Reacher trailer looks really good.
Scotch at 09:30 PM Sep 23

Agree. I still need to see the first one.

razgriz21 at 10:44 PM Sep 23

It looks awesome.

Glinda updated her STATUS: 4 days ago

I saw The Magnificent Seven this afternoon. It was fun but I didn't love it. I give it a 7. Too much swagger and gunslinging (every one of them was oh so cool) and some modern day humor bugged me, but it was fun to watch and I definitely recommend it. Beautiful score.
grelber37 at 05:03 AM Sep 24

A person is not surprised that modern Hollywood would try to make The Magnificent Seven cooler than it already is. In turn, viewers might get a movie that is superfluously stylized. Kind of like when every genre movie is a CGI-fest (in 3D, of course). Kind of like when a recounting of history or an adaptation of classic literature includes giant robots, kung-fu fighting, and (as you point-out) anachronisms catering/pandering to the contemporary time's young demographic.

Weapon X
Weapon X at 06:42 AM Sep 24

I REEEEAAAAALLY enjoyed it, but looking back on yesterday's viewing, I realize it was big on style, but lacking in real character development, as well as missing out on the theme of "the life of a gunslinger/ronin" that punctuated the original and Seven Samurai.


Glinda at 11:28 AM Sep 26

I completely agree with you both. You said it better than I.

Oh yes, Weapon, that final gun battle made it all worth it!

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Glinda updated her STATUS: 7 days ago

I'm so behind in life. Was so excited to start me Halloween Extravaganza list and I still haven't. Behind in movies and tv. Everything! Time to start getting my act together.
grelber37 at 07:37 AM Sep 21

Well, movies and TV are but parts of a full life, as you know. But, I hope you catch-up on your passionate interests soon. All work and no play makes for a dull day.

Glinda at 01:33 PM Sep 22

It sure does grel. I'm getting back into it, just needed a good jump.

Glinda updated her STATUS: 8 days ago

The Running Man is as good as cheese gets. I hadn't seen it since it came out and had a rewatch on the plane a few days ago, and man oh man is it goofy. Goofy fun though. I enjoyed it.
timmyd at 08:01 PM Sep 19

well said.

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 08:06 PM Sep 19

Never seen this movie.

grelber37 at 09:11 PM Sep 19

Many '80s actioners are goofy fun these days.

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Glinda posted a VIDEO item: 8 days ago

Bad Reputation - Joan Jett


Scotch at 07:44 PM Sep 19

Great song! I always think of the beginning of 10 Things I Hate About You when I hear this.

timmyd at 08:01 PM Sep 19


Glinda updated her STATUS: 19 days ago

Three episodes into Olive Kitteridge. I highly recommend this series, it's fantastic. Kind of depressing, but it's just so well done in every way and grabs you from the start. It's very good.
Glinda updated her STATUS: 20 days ago

Zoe Kazan and Paul Dano are a couple? Since 2007. Who knew?
oscarxp25 at 06:53 PM Sep 07

Me...I have always had a thing for Kazan and found that out back when she made Ruby Sparks

Glinda at 09:11 PM Sep 08

I had no idea and I've not seen Ruby Sparks. I'm going to though, soon! I really like both of them, and she's just so darn cute.

Glinda updated her STATUS: 20 days ago

Anybody watch Olive Kitteridge? Four part mini series on HBO starring Frances McDormand, Richard Jenkins, Zoe Kazan, Jesse Plemons amongst other names. Bill Murray apparently but not seen him in the one episode I've seen. It's really good so far, but damn what an emotional roller coaster this one is.
Glinda updated her STATUS: 29 days ago

OMG Weiner, again? What is wrong with that guy. I'm glad his wife is leaving him finally.
Glinda at 06:09 PM Aug 29

LMAO! This is hilarious.

Horrorfan99 at 06:23 PM Aug 29

Like I told others, he just can't help but live up to his last name.

Glinda at 07:26 PM Aug 29

lol - very true.

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Glinda posted a BLOG item 30 days ago

When Tippi Hedren is your mom...

I suppose you go to sleep every night thankful you survived your childhood.


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Slumberjack Fool at 09:37 PM Aug 29

That's amazing.

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Pat Hatfreet at 01:35 PM Aug 31

That's crazy!

What could be even crazier? Make an exploitation film with over a hundred untrained wildlife animals.

Last year at the Fantasia Festival, they showed the rarely seen 1981 film "Roar". It stars Tippi Hedren and her daughter Melanie Griffith as well as Hedren's husband Noel Marshall and his two sons.The film is directed by Marshall himself.

I missed the screening but like me, you can read about the crazy details here.

Glinda at 12:02 PM Sep 02

Wow thanks for this Pat! I'm going to check that out. I had no idea of this. Yikes.

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Glinda updated her STATUS: about 1 month ago

John Krasinski says he's watched The Devil Wears Prada over 100 times. At least 50 times before he met Emily Blunt. I get it. You can't watch that movie and not fall in love with her.
timmyd at 08:20 PM Aug 26


southofheaven at 09:00 PM Aug 26

That's the first movie I ever saw her in and yep fell in love

Scotch at 09:11 PM Aug 26

That's something Jim Halpert would say about Pam, haha

Glinda updated her STATUS: about 1 month ago

Anybody here both read King's 11 22 63 and seen the Hulu mini series? I'm half way through the book and since I don't mind spoilers, I did some reading on the mini series and stumbled on some irate discussions on it. The changes to the series are mind boggling. They had 8 hours (or more if they wanted - Hulu gave them carte blanche, even two seasons if needed), and they messed it up completely. They made such major changes, and some of them ridiculous, that I hardly recognize it as the same story. They removed HUGE plotlines yet added others. I'm so disappointed because I was excited to watch, but no way.
Scotch at 09:29 PM Aug 25

I have the series sitting on my Netflix DVD queue but maybe I'll scrap them for now and just pick up the book. Sorry to hear the series was such a disappointment, Glinda.

JohnLocke2342 at 10:11 PM Aug 25

^ This.

Sorry chica ;(

Glinda at 10:25 PM Aug 25

Thanks guys. I'm disappointed but I got thinking that hey, it's so typical that this happens from book to movie/series, that I'm just going to be happy to have the book and leave it at that.

From what I understand, if you haven't read the book you will probably still enjoy it. Without spoiling anything I can just say (from what I read from others and gathered), is that it's just a basic run of the mill time travel if you watch the series. Probably fun, but nothing too special. However, King's story has some elements and "rules" to the time travel that don't seem to be included, and some awesome characters not in the series. But it's the basic "what you don't know won't hurt you" as so often happens in book to adaptation.

Glinda created a LIST: about 1 month ago

MY FAVE HORROR FILMS starting with the first initial in my name

1. P - Predator
2. A - Alien
3. I - I Know What You Did Last Summer
4. G - Ginger Snaps
5. E - (The) Exorcist

Based on a list by JohnLocke2342

timmyd at 09:51 PM Aug 25

very cool

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 01:26 AM Aug 26

Great list!

jeo4 at 08:51 PM Aug 26

Terrific list.

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Glinda created a LIST: about 1 month ago

My Favorite Television shows starting with the first initial in my name.

1. P - Parks and Recreation
2. A - Arrested Development
3. I - It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia
4. G - Game of Thrones
5. E- Everybody Loves Raymond (I didn't love love it but I liked it. It's the only E I could think of)

Based on a list by XSsoCX

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Dr Jan-itor at 05:43 PM Aug 24

5. I feel the same. Some episodes are really funny and i know the Mother is supposed to be annoying as hell but at times i can't stand her. Robert and Debra are the best.

TheChanges23 at 06:39 PM Aug 24

Excellent list...And I feel the same way about Raymond.

Scotch at 06:54 PM Aug 24

Amazing list!

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