Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Worth Retweeting ...foreign films most worth recording on TCM


Worth Retweeting

...foreign films most worth recording on TCM!

  • Mike Pieperbigpieps @TCManiacs both of those films are excellent
  • Lisa Lemingballetgirrl @TCManiacs nice graphic from Two Women-great film glad to see it is aired again.
  • Ira Socolirasocol 1:45 PM US Eastern #TCM "400 Blows" not many better films about childhood
  • Mark Kulagakoogz Watching TCM, ah Sophia Loren in Italian and thankfully with subtitles. They are speaking too fast. Reminds me of when I was younger
  • Will Nortonnortonwill TCM Highlights tomorrow: Mr. Hulot's Holiday (Tati), 400 Blows (Truffaut), Burmese Harp (Ichikawa), Rashomon and Seven Samurai (Kurosawa).
  • Joycelifeat70_Joyce @TCManiacs I really enjoyed Arizona. Good to meet another classic movie fan. Didn't watch Sounder. East of Eden was very dramatic.
  • shotzishotzi SB&UMR6 - THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER: Like Steinbeck & Bergman had a 1941 baby. Strange but awesome ending. I'd sue the devil, too!
  • Sharon LewisSharonL213 @TCManiacs The 400 Blows is considered a classic, depends on your taste though. Gervaise will be on my future list...good luck
  • Richard Lidzbarskieikonoklastic Just finished snugglin 'on the couch and watching East of Eden ALL the way through for the first time.
  • AmberForSleepAmberForSleep East Of Eden was great, which isn't surprising, seeing that it had James Dean in it. :]
  • AngelaMaterialGirl850 OK movie fans, what is most worth recording on TCM tomorrow? Ive been trying to see more foreign stuff but I don't want to record everything
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