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    Samantha Brown Great Weekends, Strange Picture
    Posted by BB on Friday, March 14, 2014 @ 11:30:59 UTC (4415 reads)
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    Movie DiscussionsSamantha Brown is a star on the Travel Channel. My wife picked up her Passport to Great Weekends : Collection 1 DVD at the library. It has a show for Las Vagas, where my wife hopes to warm up for a few days during this endless dreary Spring of 2014.
    As chance would have it, he was a Pulitzer Prize winner
    Posted by BB on Saturday, April 06, 2013 @ 07:52:32 UTC (6246 reads)
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    Movie DiscussionsThe Group29 web site started with a bit of hubris, the premise that anyone could offer an opinion on movies and be a film critic. But the fact is that a true film critic has to be an accomplished writer, art lover, academic, and immerse oneself in the field.
    R.I.P. Ebert...29
    Posted by JDB on Saturday, April 06, 2013 @ 07:23:25 UTC (8964 reads)
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    Movie Discussions Siskel in 1999 and now Ebert 2013, cancer...two thumbs down!
    Battlestar Galactica to begin its third season on the Sci-Fi Channel
    Posted by BB on Monday, September 25, 2006 @ 09:49:15 UTC (3545 reads)
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    Movie DiscussionsFor the Group29 folks, the next best thing to Star Wars was Universal Studios' Battlestar Galactica show on ABC-TV in 1978. A "long time ago, in a galaxy far far away" morphed into a story that the human race came from the stars thousands of years ago. Erich Von Dankien’s controversial 1968 book Chariots of the Gods? may not have played well in scientific circles, but it made for great science fiction. Build some nifty vessels and make the primary vessel an aircraft carrier, and you have a winner for science fiction technophiles. The Colonial Viper is my favorite space tactical fighter, even over the vaunted X-Wing.

    The Season Premiere on October 6th, 9pm, 8 Central in the United States.
    In Canada, the shows will be seen on the Spacecast network
    Is King Kong Catholic?
    Posted by BB on Tuesday, December 20, 2005 @ 12:14:07 UTC (3053 reads)
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    Movie Discussions
    Is King Kong Catholic?

    Many people say the movie is*. And, if it is, why is the film remade? What does it say about us if the new "Kong" is a huge hit?

    Any movie that features white people sailing off to the New World to capture a giant ape and carry it back to the Old World for exploitation is going to be seen as a metaphor for colonialism and Catholicism. That was true for the original in 1933 and for the two remakes: the campy one in 1976, and the latest, directed by Peter Jackson. (In addition, a "Kong" wannabe, "Mighty Joe Young," has been made twice.)

    Desperate Housewives Plays Well In Peoria
    Posted by BB on Monday, January 17, 2005 @ 07:12:41 UTC (6208 reads)
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    Movie DiscussionsThe most popular new show on television is Desperate Housewives, starring:

    Marcia Cross as Bree Van De Kamp
    Teri Hatcher as Susan Mayer
    Felicity Huffman as Lynette Scavo
    Eva Longoria as Gabrielle Solis

    Nicollette Sheridan as Edie Britt is making a play to become the 5th in the party. However, she is not in a relationship and is on the outside until they write her a new partner.
    All About Film Noir
    Posted by BB on Monday, July 26, 2004 @ 19:13:41 UTC (2895 reads)
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    Movie DiscussionsThe web site has probably the best description of "Film Noir" (literally Film Black) on the web.

    I recently had a chance to see Out Of the Past, the archtypical Film Noir. I gave it a favorable review. The cigarette smoking is a plot entity unto itself. I certainly would like to see the Saturday Night Live Parody from the 1987-1988 season, starring Robert Mitchum and Jane Greer.
    Group29 News: Rankin/Bass Story
    Posted by BB on Friday, July 09, 2004 @ 09:49:47 UTC (2895 reads)
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    Movie DiscussionsWhile perusing the Internet Movie database comments about the 1977 animated "The Hobbit", I happened across This interesting comment.

    It seems there was more to bringing the Hobbit to TV than meets the eye.

    (The Group29 Review of The Hobbit is also not very appreciative of the effort.)
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