Monthly Archives: September 2018

Minnesota Timberwolves 114, Golden State Warriors 110

I finished up with work and went over to the record store to browse through their collection of used Blu-ray discs.  I decided to buy “Wall Street” for four dollars.  After I bought my late lunch, I headed over to … Continue reading

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Love, Gilda

I went to the office and graded a couple of tests and wrote lecture notes for Tuesday’s classes before I headed back to the theatre to see “Love, Gilda.”  It was rather remarkable that there were old photographs and film … Continue reading

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Hal

I did some work in the office before walking over to the theatre to catch the documentary “Hal,” about the director Hal Ashby.  The list of people interviewed was pretty impressive, with Lou Gossett, Beau Bridges, Lee Grant, Jon Voight, … Continue reading

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The World is Not Enough

After my long day of classes, I was relieved to return home.  I stopped at the record store and bought a copy of Paul McCartney’s “Back to the Egg” album. I sat down to watch the James Bond film “The … Continue reading

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How to Marry a Millionaire

I came home from work and watched “How to Marry a Millionaire,” the movie from 1953 starring Betty Grable, Marilyn Monroe, and Lauren Bacall.  It was the first movie to be filmed in CinemaScope, and the result is that sometimes … Continue reading

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The Maltese Falcon

I had a long day of grading students and lecturing to indifferent students.  I returned home to watch “The Maltese Falcon,” the classic movie with Humphrey Bogart and Mary Aston.  I still found it hard to believe that Spade could … Continue reading

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Shadow of a Doubt

I usually watch a Partridge Family episode on Friday to remind me of my childhood, but I was busy with A’s games during the weekend, so I saw “This Male Chauvinist Piggy Went to Market.” I thought that the grease … Continue reading

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