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ALL-TIME CLASSIC MOVIE FAVOURITES – WENT THE DAY WELL? (1942)

“Went the Day Well?” is a World War II thriller, based on the story by Graham Greene and Directed by Alberto Cavalcanti.

ALL-TIME CLASSIC MOVIE FAVOURITES – IN WHICH WE SERVE (1942)

“In Which We Serve” is a World War II drama, written by Noël Coward and Directed by Noël Coward and David Lean.

Green Grass of Home

the grass is always greener on the other side (of the fence) - (Updated and reposted.)
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Activating Adrien

Everybody is looking to learn something. Some people are searching to learn everything. To those searching for everything, I have this advice. Start...

ALL-TIME CLASSIC MOVIE FAVOURITES – DARK VICTORY (1939)

“Dark Victory” is a romantic drama, based on the play by George Emerson Brewer Jr. and Bertram Bloch, and Directed by Edmund Goulding.

What's The World Coming To

What’s The World Coming To By Paul McCann People are crying , respect is dying , no one’s trying , what ever can we do . So many things are going...

ALL-TIME CLASSIC MOVIE FAVOURITES – VIVACIOUS LADY (1938)

“Vivacious Lady” is a Romantic Comedy, Screenplay by P.J. Wolfson and Ernest Pagano from a Story by I.A.R. Wylie and Directed by George Stevens.

More Oh Yeah

Yeah If jazz contains spontaneous composition that encourages the closing of eyes, well I may not be as far off as I thought. The question is at what...

ALL-TIME CLASSIC MOVIE FAVOURITES – THE EAGLE HAS LANDED (1976)

“The Eagle Has Landed” is a World War II drama, screenplay by Tom Mankiewicz based on the novel by Jack Higgins and Directed by John Sturges.

Certainty

Every day there are certainties The sun rises and sets Sometimes unseen and hidden Some days are easier than others The struggle individual for us...