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One of the best… R.I.P. No. 1 on Sight & Sound poll R.I.P. Mickey Kuhn R.I.P. R.I.P. aged 96 Howard/de Havilland R.I.P. aged 80 R.I.P. aged 89 Sentenced to six years in jail View all posts >


Sideways 12 Years a Slave Donnie Brasco 1. Miracle on 34th Street (1947) 2. Witness for the Prosecution (1957) 3. To Kill a Mockingbird (1962) 4. The Fountainhead 5. Judgment at Nuremberg (1961) 6. The Paradine Case (1948) 7. The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946) 8. Adam’s Rib (1949) Margaret The Talented Mr Ripley Behind the Candelabra Scotland. Or, southern France Jerry Maguire Eyes Wide Shut Magnolia 3/10. Even as a kid I found it pretty lame compared to the first two movies. Of course, much worse was to come. Yes. Not as bad as the negative reviews would suggest, well-acted and with occasional strong scenes… but an overall forgettable and rather dour experience. 5/10. I love Linney as an actress but didn’t particularly care for Charlotte. I’m rather pleased she isn’t in the revival. I’m assuming we’ll learn what happened there/how far their relationship went. Same. The trailer is underwhelming; I have little to no hope that this will come close to recapturing the magic. But I’ll be watching, no question there. The show did go downhill but still had some great episodes in it - a couple of my favourites came from the final season, for example. There were too many missteps, admittedly, notably getting Niles and Daphne together much too early. But I still love the entire run, minus a handful of episodes that I cannot stomach. View all replies >