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The Man Who Knew Too Much, a review by Tom

Title: The Man Who Knew Too Much
Year: 1956
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Rating: PG
Length: 115 Min.
Video: Anamorphic Widescreen 1.85
Audio: English: Dolby Digital Mono, German: Dolby Digital Mono
Subtitles: Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, German, Norwegian, Swedish

James Stewart
Doris Day
Brenda de Banzie
Bernard Miles
Ralph Truman

James Stewart and Doris Day, in a rare dramatic role, are superb in this brilliant suspense thriller from the undisputed master. Stewart and Day play Ben and Jo MacKenna, innocent Americans vacationing in Morocco with their son, Hank. After a French spy dies in Ben's arms in the Marrakech market, the couple discovers their son has been kidnapped and taken to England. Not knowing who they can trust, the McKennas are caught up in a nightmare of international espionage, assassinations and terror. Soon, all of their lives hang in the balance as they draw closer to the truth and a chilling climactic moment in London's famous Royal Albert Hall.

Academy Award1956WonBest Music, Song"Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera)": Jay Livingston, Ray Evans (Music/Lyrics)
AFI1956Won100 Years... 100 Songs (2004)"Song": Whatever Will Be Will Be (Que Sera Sera)

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My Thoughts:
I don't know, but this movie was rather boring (*waiting for Jon to put me right* :tease:).
Jon will probably want to strangle me, but I prefer to watch Bill Murrey's "The Man Who Knew Too Little" any day :laugh:
I like James Stewart, but I feel his acting range is not very wide. He always seems to be playing the same character.


(From Alfred Hitchcock Marathon on August 22nd, 2009)

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The Karate Kid II, a review by addicted2dvd

Title: The Karate Kid II
Year: 1986
Director: John G. Avildsen
Rating: PG
Length: 113 Min.
Video: Anamorphic Widescreen 1.85:1
Audio: English: Dolby Digital: Dolby Surround, French: Dolby Digital: Dolby Surround, Spanish: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo, Portuguese: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo
Subtitles: Chinese, English, French, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, Thai

Noriyuki "Pat" Morita as Miyagi
Ralph Macchio as Daniel
Pat E. Johnson as Referee
Bruce Malmuth as Announcer
Eddie Smith as Bystander

Daniel (Ralph Macchio) accompanies Miyagi (Pat Morita) to Okinawa, where he soon finds himself entangled in a decades-old feud with his friend and mentor's lifelong enemy. Features the OscarĀ®-nominated hit song "Glory of Love."

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My Thoughts:
This is great continuation of the franchise. I personally prefer the first one over this one... but it is close. They did kind of drop the jokes so there wasn't nearly as much to laugh at... but it is a very good story. I liked that they went to the village where Mr. Miyagi was raised. Making the main fight more real then in part one where it was a tournament for points instead of a real fight. I did miss seeing Elizabeth Shue as Ali in this one... but it is understandable since they had to open it up for a new romance in Okinawa.

My Rating:
Out of a Possible 5

(From The Karate Kid Marathon on April 6th, 2010)

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Firefly Marathon, a review by Tom

06. Our Mrs Reynolds
Writer: Joss Whedon (Writer)
Director: Vondie Curtis Hall
Cast: Nathan Fillion (Mal), Gina Torres (Zoe), Alan Tudyk (Wash), Morena Baccarin (Inara), Adam Baldwin (Jayne), Jewel Staite (Kaylee), Sean Maher (Simon), Summer Glau (River), Ron Glass (Shepherd Book), Christina Hendricks (Saffron), Benito Martinez (Boss), Erik Passoja (Bree), Bob Fimiani (Elder Gommen), Alex Stemkovsky (Bandit #1)

My favorite Firefly episode. It is just a lot of fun. Like the reaction of the crew of finding out that Mal is married. The teasing. And of course Jayne trying to trade is favorite gun for Saffron. Also Inara insistance of having hit her head to hide the fact she kissed Mal's poisoneous lips.


(From Firefly Marathon on February 27th, 2010)