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  1. I’m pretty picky when it comes to watching movies. I’m not a fan of Hollywood and their self-aggrandizing lives. Having said that, I decided that the best way for me to watch good movies, (I have firestick) is do watch by favorite actors, Jack Nicholson being one. William Macy, Denzel Washington, Morgan Freeman, Meryl Streep(Out of Africa is one of my favorites), so many more. It seems to be the easiest way to separate the wheat from the chaff. I will stop watching a movie if I don’t like the way it is playing out. I consider my time valuable enough not to waste on low quality or violent movies.

  2. I hope you’re safe and warm.

  3. Brenda,
    interesting topic on Jack Nicholson. I looked him up on Wikipedia and reviewed his Bio and movie history. Hubby started reading over my shoulder and we were amazed at his volume of work and what movie’s we had seen together. My favorites were “Chinatown” with Faye Dunaway. The other three were romantic comedies, “Terms of Endearment” with Shirley MacLaine and Debra Winger; “As Good As It Gets” with Helen Hunt and “Somethings Got To Give” with Diane Keaton. My husband always comments about the kitchen in Keaton’s movie home! He loves it!! I never realized that some men pay attention to the movie sets and costumes like he has.
    I just saw a news clip of the freeways in Oklahoma. Lots of ice!! Stay in and please keep safe and warm.

  4. Bonnie Schulte says:

    The Shining, I believe, is if you had the chance to see it, you will never forget it. There are only a few movies, that I say that about, this movie and the other one being “The Pianist” . Both Excellent!!!!!

  5. I remember the Shining. It was a great movie. Love the information you have on Jack Nicholson shared. Have a great new week.

  6. I loved “The Shining.” Had the pleasure of visiting the Stanley Hotel and stepping into the lobby that opens to the bar – a significant scene in the original film. It is said that the place is haunted and many people have seen apparitions there. Interesting!

  7. There were two movies of the Shining. Maybe the second was a mini series, I can’t remember. And this was Stephen King’s least favorite. Stanley Kubrick really messed up the story line. The thing I hate the most is that Kubrick killed off the hero of the story the moment he turned up to save the little boy and his mother. In the book he does save the boy and the mother. Such an insult to the author, in my opinion. Watch the other one and you will like it better.

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