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  • Norbit



    It's raining little white women

    First time watch: May 2021
    Source: Netflix

    Norbit is the 2007 comedy directed by Brian Robbins and co written by Eddie Murphy. The film stars Murphy with Thandie Newton, Terry Crews and Cuba Gooding Jr. in a story of mild-mannered Norbit who is forced into an unhappy marriage before his childhood sweetheart returns to town.

    It's the Eddie Murphy show! No surprise that he could be part of a film that was nominated for both…

  • Holy Man

    Holy Man


    I seem to be doing everything wrong

    First time watch: May 2021
    Source: Disney+ (Star)

    Holy Man is the 1998 comedy directed by Stephen Herek. The film stars Kelly Preston, Jeff Goldblum and Eddie Murphy in a story of shopping channel producer Ricky struggling to save his job when he meets the spiritual 'G' who can show him the error of his ways.

    I never wanted to be so wrong in my life

    The film should be placed in a…

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  • Notorious



    Dry your eyes baby, it's out of character

    First time watch: May 2021
    Source: Talking Pictures

    Notorious is the 1946 noir spy film directed and produced by Alfred Hitchcock. The film stars Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman and Claude Rains as three characters whose lives become entangled during an espionage operation.

    They don't call him the master of suspense for nothing, Alfred Hitchcock may often stuck close to certain genres and plot developments but he perfected much of what he did…

  • Rebecca



    It's gone forever, that funny young, lost look I loved won't ever come back

    First time watch: February 2017
    Source: Talking Pictures

    Rebecca is the 1940 romantic psychological thriller directed by Alfred Hitchcock. The film stars Laurence Olivier and Joan Fontaine in a story of the new Mrs de Winter who marries without knowing the shadow cast over her by Rebecca de Winter who had tragically died before.

    Without intention I've found that this is my most watched Alfred Hitchcock…