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    He Ran All The Way (1951, John Berry)

    Garfield's final flick with great performances from Shelly Winters and Wallace Ford. Garfield plays a tense, emotionally unhinged but street-wise hustler who gets involved in a bungled robbery/murder and takes shelter with a family, holding them hostage as cover. Good one. Criterion Channel.

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    A rather unusual double-bill:



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    A beautiful mind (Ron Howard, 2001), starring Russell Crowe and Jennifer Conelly, on TV last night. I'd never seen it before. Very impressive.

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    On television this week, we watched it last night
    “Never argue with an idiot. They will drag you down to their level and beat you with experience.” ― Mark Twain

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    Candle in the Dark (1998) - William Carey was born about 15 miles from where I live.

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    The Wandering Earth (2019)
    (chinese SF on netflix)

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    Dutch movie about a father and son complicated relationship . The boy is gymnast and father is disabled coach.

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    Peony Lantern (1968)

    An atmospheric Japanese horror movie with plenty of spooky ghost scenes is perfect at this time of year during the Obon season in Japan.

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    The last movie I watched, I've watched many times. The Leopard is one of my all-time favorites.

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    Streamed Carey Mulligan in this dark-ish oddball last night. The film was suitably entertaining, keeping us guessing. The ending was not expected but worked out well. There's been a spate of ***-kicking girl movies of late and this is a decent addition.

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