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  • The Thing Called Love
  • Heavenly Bodies
  • Cabin Boy
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  • Lady on a Train

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  • Callaway Went Thataway

    Callaway Went Thataway

    Any Howard Keel movie I've seen before, he's had a stache. So, absolutely bludgeoned by how much he looks like the low-t führer of florida here.

    Breezy tone, only a few jokes at the beginning, and all 3 are appealing. Capable. Opens on the tv, but no tv throughout. Just simple. I wanted to watch it, so I did, chilled me out, talked to a pal, now we're here.

  • Old

    Old

    There's something deeply Pennsylvanian about this.

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  • The Marrying Kind

    The Marrying Kind

    ★★★★★

    The only perfect movie and they made it just for me. The first movie of the rest of my life. Sweetens all bitter memories. Is it truly a flick if you're not :'D and feeling like heartbreak feels good in a place like this?

    Unbelievably funny and inspiringly well crafted, even the kids are great. Blows the other 5 Cukors I've seen out of the water.

    Divine inspiration all around. I do, I do, I do to all of them.…

  • Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star

    Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star

    ★★★★★

    Still thinking about this 25 days on, and will forever. Flawless. Impeccably good-hearted. Don Johnson the glue here, any scene he's in is tight as hell.

    The key to this is that it's set in a world without sexual trauma, which is a nice, nay gentle, place to be. gentlecore.

    Consistent with Sandler's softer underdog movies, but even softer ayyyyyy; only non-Sandler Happy Madison flick on which he has a writing credit. That's what you need to know. Subverts expectations,…