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Posted 21 January 2012 - 02:52 PM
It's got a great story, great acting, and great cinematography. I absolutely loved it, and I think it's a shoo-in for the Best Picture Oscar!
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Posted 24 February 2012 - 10:27 AM
Of course no movie "makes money", but so far The Artist has brought in $28 million which isn't bad. I know people that won't watch It's a Wonderful Life just because it's not (the good copy anyway) is in B&W. It's a shame because they miss out on some great films. Metropolis, The General, Nosferatu, and a whole plethora of B&W talkies.
Posted 24 February 2012 - 04:05 PM
I know people who won't watch anything on television unless it's in high def. It does not surprise me that there are those who won't watch B&W programming. Manyt of my best loved movies are in B&W. The whole Thin Man series for one.
I know people that won't watch It's a Wonderful Life just because it's not (the good copy anyway) is in B&W.
Do the people you are talkiing about only watch the part of The Wizard of Oz thats in color?
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Evil is charming and beautiful. It makes you doubt yourself. It asks for one small compromise after another until it whittles you down, and it functions best when no one believes in it.--from Joan of Arcadia
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