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  • having a moment here.

    • a.morris
    • 1/13/18

    deep down..in the dark. .small part of any soul I might have.. there is a fear. no.. a vision. two.. evil faces. one.. a woman who made her money by being slightly like chris Farley.. comedy wise.. not bad. the other.. star of speed2 cruise control and missstake for the second time around.. the legacy is weakened a little. they are eye balling ..they are eye balling..disaster..chris hemsworth..not playing thor..trying to be sensitive and funny. a sunfire demon of hell..smoking..seth rogen ..trying to be comedic and sexy..and failing at both. failed..james franco and zac efron..with a cameo by Dwayne Johnson.. the madness..the madness.it may be a futuristic..no ..it is set in the west too. sweet sweetbacks ass of right and wrong ..it has been green lit. I am going to be sick. ok..it was just a dream..not like anything like an all female version of a story in any way is on the radar that will piggy back off the franchise men were the primaries in. if women want to star in their own franchise..no problem. of course..a good or great one..so ..their win is their win.. and their flop is their flop. just crazy talk on my part. this movie was fine and movies will always be good ..as long as everybody is safe.. with the remakes. they are the atom bomb of film.

  • Educating James Stewart

    • Will Fox
    • 11/30/17

    Celebrated celebrity cowboys, Jimmy Stewart, 62, and Hank Fonda, 65, ride again, as Texans into Wyoming's Wild West in 1870, learning life's lessons. Democrat Fonda talks all the way to nouveau riche, conservative Stewart's consternation. When will they learn? Unearned fortune and fame galvanizes a dude's pride, preceding the fall. Comeuppance looms, when all the men and working women suddenly shun self-righteous Stewart. When the aging cowboy looses locals' and his BFF's respect and they nearly lose their lives, lacking good gun training, it results in riding a long, 1,000 miles back to Texas, hearing Harley, Fonda's same old stories about Democrats and cowpoking. Thanks TCM for the mighty fine teaching of truth through gentle humor: There is nothing new under the sun. Heart-warming, working women in the Oldest Profession, (prostitutes: Oscar-winning (1960's "Elmer Gantry") Shirley Jones and Sue Ane Langdon as a comedic Chatty Cathy) vs. brutal bully Bannister (Robert J. Wilke) serve as fine foils for Fonda and educateable Jimmy Stewart. "Cheyenne Social" script earned a 1970 nomination from the Writers Guild of America for "Best Comedy Written Directly for the Screen." Also highly recommending Stewart and Fonda's film "Firecreek" (1968), another Western, with much more dramatic moral dilemmas, paralleling perspicacious precedents popularized in "High Noon" (1952) and then in (1973) Clint Eastwood's wonderful allegory, "High Plains Drifter." See TCM's schedule.

  • The Cheyenne Social Club (1970)

    • James Higgins
    • 12/25/09

    You can't go wrong with the pairing of stars Henry Fonda and James Stewart. They are great and make excellent co-stars. As a story, it's not too bad. It combines comedy, drama and Western pretty well. It's light entertainment. The period detail sucks though.

  • One - Liners

    • Diane Cagle
    • 2/14/07

    "What did I say?" Jimmy Stewart "John""Too much, I reckon." Henry Fonda "Harley"

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