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Re: [movies-270] Movie of the Month: October nominations

From: Richard W.
Sent on: Thursday, September 25, 2008 5:34 AM
I would suggest 'The Last of Sheila'  a very elaborate and overlooked Murder Mystery starring James Coburn, Dyan Cannon, Richard Benjamin, James Mason, Raquel Welch and written by Anthony Perkins. Yes the same guy who played Norman Bates.  There are a lot of neat twists and it keeps you guessing until the very end, but fortunately does not have any of those glaring logic loopholes either.  It also features some engaging dialogue. Released in 1973 and is obtainable on DVD.
Richard Winters
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From: Gary <[address removed]>
Hello Film Buffs,

I'll be taking nominations for the October Indy Film Buff Movie of the Month (MOTH). Do you have a favorite film that you'd like to intoduce to you fellow film buffs? Do you have a favorite actor, writer, or director and you like to show an example of their best work? This being October, would you like to nominate a film that kept you up nights as a child, or as an adult? Taking the opposite track, would you like to show a film that can be a case study on how not to make a film? Whatever the reason feel free to nominate it for the Oct MOTH. The October Moth will be shown at my house on Sunday Oct 19th at 3PM, and we'll go to the Cornerstone Coffee House to discuss the film after the showing. I'll officially set up the meet-up after the film is picked.

The nominations will be from now until Tues Sept 30th at 9PM. On Wed Oct 1st I'll put all of the nominations on index cards and then will randomly pick one. Fell free to write a few sentances describing your nomination, and why you feel it should be MOTH. The only rules are: If you nominate a film be sure that it's easily avialable either for purchase or via Blockbuster or NetFlix. If Possible, if you nominate a film please attend the showing on Oct 19th. Any questions or concerns feel free to contact me through this website.


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