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February 1995, Week 2

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Neil Pollock <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 8 Feb 1995 20:14:08 CST
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----------------------------Original message----------------------------
I cant comment on TV & Hollywood demoographics -  but at 43 I am
overwhelmed by some great movies being made.  Currently in Sydney the
following are showing:
 
Once were warriors
Heavenly Creatures
Shallow Grave
Muriel's Wedding
Pulp Fiction
Quiz Show
Eat Drink Man Woman
Red
The Browning Version
 
....but how many of these are from Hollywood?
 
 
On Tue, 7 Feb 1995, David Desser wrote:
 
> ----------------------------Original message----------------------------
> Been noticing lately how little motivated I am to go out to the movies.
> Dragged myself to see BAD COMPANY and was sorry I did so.  Has anyone
> noticed besides me how, lately at least, there is much more of interest on
> television, from CBS' Monday night lineup, to NBC's Thursday night line-up,
> to HOMICIDE?  And has anyone else come to the conclusion that A&E deserves
> a world of credit for brining us CRACKER with the awesome Robbie Coltrane.
> Or has Hollywood demographics based me by now that I'm on the other side of
> 40?
>
> DD
>
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