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Just rented "Were The World Mine," and "The Letter." My second Bette Davis ever!
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When I was younger, I wasn't allowed to watch this scene of this movie because of the gratuitous nudity, so my sister would play it in the family room while I was in the next room. She'd watch the screen then hurry on in front of me and perform the entire sequence. It was sort of a poor-man's play....
INTERVIEW WITH A VAMPIRE...what a cool movie!!! it's in my top 5 of 1994...am I crazy?mirko s.
I was supposed to read some Chekhov and watch "Days of Darkness"...but ended up at my fave bar dancing to ABBA, Robbie Williams and Michael Jackson.
the only film that i like the dunced in was she oscar nominated? no silly academy.
i'm going to assume you meant "dunst" and that wasn't a purposefully connotative spelling error ;)
sorry nat she really is "the dunced"
I want to see CHERI and really disliked it. totally miscast and was trying to be an english merchant ivory film rather than a french bell epoche comedy that it should have been. It's missing the Joie de vivre. And it's a shame because I usually like these actors.And even though Antonio was great in INTERVIEW WITH A VAMPIRE, Armond is supposed to be a young man. Even the girl, who was Kirsten Dunst, was supposed to be younger. That always bothered me, besides not getting to see River Pheonix as the interviewer. But I still liked the film.
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