Monthly Archives: December 2014

The Imitation Game

It was a cold morning yesterday. I felt like my lips and my nose were frozen after a few minutes. I went to work and had a bad day. What am I doing putting in these hours when I’m not … Continue reading

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The Interview

I really didn’t want to go back to work, but I had to. I wore my Bruce Lee T-shirt. After four hours, I had my lunch. I went home and dropped off my bag, which was a good idea, because … Continue reading

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Buddy Buddy

In the middle of the night, because I couldn’t sleep, I watched the Billy Wilder movie “Buddy Buddy.”  It was from 1981, but I didn’t remember it when it was released.  It was a somewhat unsuccessful comedy starring Jack Lemmon … Continue reading

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Fedora

I’ve been meaning to watch the Billy Wilder films I’d never seen more, and one of them was “Fedora” from 1978.  William Holden was back working with Wilder again.  The beginning of this picture has a quality like “Sunset Boulevard,” … Continue reading

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Terror on the Beach

After catching up on my sleep, I ate some leftover turkey, then watched an episode of “Edward the King” called “Alix.”  The parents were the last to know the secret about their son.  I then watched “Terror on the Beach,” … Continue reading

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Travel Day

The last movie I saw on Christmas Eve was “Bad Santa” on Blu-ray. High definition did add something to the movie. In the morning I watched a bit of CBS This Morning. Kermit the Frog made an appearance, which reminded … Continue reading

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Gravity

On a Christmas Eve, I awoke early and watched the Partridge Family episode “Go Directly to Jail.” I wasn’t so impressed with the inmate’s attempt at songwriting. The episode that was shown on Antenna TV at 7:30 was “Don’t Bring … Continue reading

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