What I’d Be Watching: #TCMFF 2019

For many classic movie buffs, April is the most wonderful time of the year thanks to the TCM Film Festival. This year, TCMFF is celebrating its tenth anniversary! I’m envious of but very happy for everyone who can attend. Since I’m once again forced to sit out the festival this year, I’ll be continuing the TMP tradition of sharing what I would be watching, if … Continue reading What I’d Be Watching: #TCMFF 2019

Three Cases of Murder (1955)

Like multi-author short story collections, I often find anthology films pretty hit-or-miss. There are usually a few great segments — and more that range from weak to alright. I had higher hopes for Three Cases of Murder for a few reasons. First, it’s a genre in which I tend to at least somewhat-enjoy most of what I watch: the murder mystery. Add on a segment … Continue reading Three Cases of Murder (1955)

March 2019 in Film

Happy April and happy spring! Before we thaw out and begin to enjoy the sunshine (and hopefully, soon, warmer temperatures here in Michigan), let’s take a look back at what was watched in March. New-to-me viewings: 12 Re-watches: 7 Total for March: 19 Total for 2019, so far: 51 The new-to-me list: A Madea Family Funeral (2019) Blondie’s Lucky Day (1946) Fighting With My Family … Continue reading March 2019 in Film

Cluny Brown (1946)

“Nobody can tell you where your place is.” When Hilary Ames (Reginald Gardiner) has a problem with his sink just as he’s preparing to host a cocktail party, the last person he expects to fix the problem is a young woman. He mistakes visitor Adam Belinski (Charles Boyer) for the plumber before Cluny Brown (Jennifer Jones) arrives, wrench in hand and ready to get to … Continue reading Cluny Brown (1946)