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In My Own Words:
Old TV is the best, although I think with me it goes beyond excapism into living vicariously through those old characters - especially when you get a nickname like That Girl - and no, I do not think I am Marlo Thomas.


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The Mary Tyler Moore Show: The Complete First Seas&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Mary Tyler Moore
Does mine eyes deceive me? Is season two really on the way? This is great news for the MTM fan like me. Season One is remarkable. We watch little Mary strike it out on her own and gain a family along the way. What promises do Season Two bring? The growth of Mary, and the growth of some amazing relationships.
For all you who haven't seen Mary, this is the greatest show ever to be made. It is beautiful, sophisticated, and it will always leave you with a smile. Mary always seems to be there when you need her. The show is comforting in a way. It is also very funny. A good watch. And watch for season two.
On Golden Pond [Import] <b>DVD</b> ~ Katharine Hepburn
On Golden Pond [Import] DVD ~ Katharine Hepburn
If you love Kate, you'll love this film. It is, by far, her sweetest role. You get to watch, in amazement, how beautifully and gracefully she ages. Then you get Henry Fonda, a classic star in his own right. He pulls off a stellar performance of an aging man. Henry and Kate's relationship is remarkable; it is so sweet. This film offers great insight into aging and the fears that go along with it. Jane Fonda adds a brilliant performance as the daughter who is distant from her father. She is a great actress and has many great films, but this is by far her best role. You add the amazing direction of Mark Rydell and classic cinematography of Billy Williams and you get the most beautiful… Read more
Ordinary People (Widescreen) <b>DVD</b> ~ Donald Sutherland
Ordinary People (Widescreen) DVD ~ Donald Sutherland
5.0 out of 5 stars Not an Ordinary Film, April 14 2005
Every once in a while, a film comes along that makes you want to destroy your TV set. This film is it for me. Watching America's sweetheart transform herself into a distant, emotionless, cold woman was almost too much for me. I wanted to throw something at my TV. And I continued to watch, mostly in shock as the story unfolded. The direction was amazing. Robert Redford paced this film to perfection. The score - Pachabel's canon was perfect. The acting was so fantastic, it was unbellievable how believable they were. Timothy Hutton received a well deserved Oscar. Mary Tyler Moore was denied her much deserved oscar for this film. Donald Sutherland and Judd Hirsh put it all together… Read more