Toast of the Town 2

Let's take a look around the web for classic movie talk, resources and blog posts.

  • The New York Times critic says the 2003 film, Lucy, a Woman Wronged "illustrates the pitfall underlying American culture's narcissistic obsession with childhood icons: in the surfeit of show business biographies, it takes a very big star to hold viewers' attention. Yet the bigger the star, the harder it is to get the movie biography right. "

  • Yours truly joined the TCMParty on Twitter for two consecutive movies. All you do is a watch a film that is playing on Turner Classic Movies along with hundreds of other people and make observations on your Twitter feed with the hashtag #TCMParty. It's a thrill to participate and make new friends. I don't have TCM on TV, so I simply popped in the DVD at the appointed time. Go to the TCMParty tumblr page for details. (They are not affiliated with TCM, by the way. They are fans.)

See the other Toast of the Town posts by clicking here.


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