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Neil Pollock <[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
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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