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And as the Minute Waltz fades away once more it is my pleasure to welcome the many listeners, not only in this country but of course throughout the world. But also a huge pleasure to welcome to the show four distinguished, distinctive and determined players of the game. And it's always a pleasure to welcome back that outstanding player and amazing comedian, Paul Merton. And sitting beside him on my right, is our veteran player of the game who has such ingenious and provocative ways of interpreting the rules, that is Clement Freud. And seated on my left we have that engaging and delightful and charming comedienne, Linda Smith. And sitting beside her someone we welcome back after quite a long absence, that lyricist, writer and great cabaret performer, Kit Hesketh-Harvey. And as usual I'm going to ask them to speak on a subject that I will give them and they will try and do that without hesitation, repetition or deviation. And sitting beside me is Janet Staplehurst, she is going to help me make a note of the score, and she will blow a whistle when the 60 seconds are up. And this particular edition of Just A Minute is coming from the Rex Cinema which is a beautiful little bijou art deco cinema which has been revived only recently in that delightful town of Berkhamsted in Hertfordshire. And we have a delightful bijou art deco audience here to welcome us to the first live show they've done since it was resurrected as a cinema since 1988. So we're going to launch the cinema today as we launch into Just A Minute with Paul Merton. Paul the subject is how to attract someone's attention. GIve him a bonus point to start with, all right, a bonus point then. But now would you try and talk on that subject, 60 seconds starting now. Of course it depends under what circumstances you're trying to attract someone's attention. If you're on a boat, that's sinking in the middle of the sea, then you need a flare that goes up into the sky. I don't mean rather unsightly trousers, but something that bursts into the heavens in a colourful way. That is possibly the best way of attracting somebody's attention when you are in that marine environment. If you are sitting in a remarkably looking beautiful cinema here in Berkhamsted, and you want to capture somebody's attention, all you do is you shine a light in their eyes. For example Charlie Chaplin whose face I see adorning one of the posters outside this beautiful little building would once.

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Bottom left: Can't forget Shelley Duvall from The Shining. I just posted a new video that could possibly become a new series on my channel? ? erhaps. Link is in my bio! 53 7 9 months ago Download Octoberfest 2017. Hush (2016): Hush succeeds with its brilliant plot, where the beauty lies in its simplicity: Serial killer preys on a woman who lives in the middle of nowhere, however, this woman is also deaf. It effects the audience by using a method that great horror films use, the odds weight more in the villains favor, than in the hero's favor. In Psycho, Norman Bates knew every inch of Bates Motel and his home, every crevice and secret room, in The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, the victims were in the middle of nowhere and knew nothing about the area, not to mention most of the family was within the area, lurking in the town, with A Nightmare On Elm Street, Freddy would haunt the dreams of the victims, attacking when they are most defenseless, asleep. Now in Hush, it's a bit different, while the villain has the upperhand, it's not because of a power he has gained, but what our hero lacks, and how she can still overcome the odds. What I really like about this movie is how we take a look inside our hero's head, as she numerously fails to escape the sights of her predator, she learns from this and tries again. When she realizes that (minor spoilers) she can't run, that she has no place to run to, nobody can save her, that all she is able to do is fight back. (Spoiler Free Zone) You are the viewer into her mind, and seeing the gears moving, as she plans out her next move is really fascinating, we are brought into her world, and that makes for interesting storytelling and an interesting character. For the movie to work, the character of Maddie must be strong and smart enough to survive, we must see ourselves in this character, because like her, we are trying to figure out every possible way out of this situation. She is a strong character, with the will to survive, and we get to see her piece it all together, which is why this film works so well. Mike Flanagan really took such an unfilmable story and made it work so well. Carla Gugino plays main character Jessie with so much vulnerability, strength, and trauma. The pacing of the storyline is perfect and we never forget that time is limited in Jessie's escape. The cinematography worked so well to convey the dread of the situation, as did the lighting and general aesthetic of each frame. I think what makes Flanagan's films so brilliant is the meaningful message behind each film.

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When you look back now, having written a classic American film that will continue to entertain movie audiences as long as people continue to watch films, do you have any favorite memories or recollections. WARD: Well, as far as moviemaking experiences go, The Sting was one of the best—if not the very best—I’ve ever had. Everyone involved liked each other, and there was always a great sense of fun and excitement about making the picture. That, of course, says a great deal about the personalities and professionalism of Robert Redford, Paul Newman, George Hill, Bob Shaw, and everyone else. But looking back, my most gratifying experience regarding The Sting happened, oddly enough, just three years ago, when I watched the film with my two daughters who’d never seen it before. 178 CLASSIC AMERICAN FILMS They’d never seen it before? WARD: No. They’d, of course, grown up seeing the movies of their own generation, and, personally, I’m never very interested in going back to watch my old films. As a matter of fact, once they’re in the theaters, I never look at them again. I always feel that I’ve already had my opportunity to do things just right, and I’ve missed it in various ways, so it’s very difficult for me to sit there and watch my own work. In truth, it’s very hard for me to imagine that anyone will still be watching The Sting in years to come, let alone a hundred years or something like that. But it’s already been thirty years, and people are still watching the film and enjoying it. Nevertheless, about three years ago, I watched The Sting with my daughters, and I was very worried about what their reactions might be. Let’s face it, the pace of the film is very deliberate, and it’s certainly not the kind of hyper-paced movie that young kids are used to. So I thought the kids would find it a bit slow, maybe even ponderous. But, of course, the pace of The Sting, as George directed it, is part of its charm. It’s like a pact that the film and the audience make, and they grow accustomed to it—and more appreciative of it—as the movie goes along. Not only because it pleased my kids— which was the most important thing—but because it made me wonder if the film might actually, in some way, stand the test of time. CHAPTER 11 The Exorcist (1973) A CONVERSATION WITH WILLIAM PETER BLATTY William Peter Blatty was born in New York City, the youngest child of Lebanese immigrants. After attending Georgetown University on a scholarship, he received a master’s degree in English from George Washington University.

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Here’s a counter-offer: you come with us to save Chen, then join us aboard the Cavatica as our resident epigeneticist, and we’ll all live happily ever after. I forgot that there was a robot on the Security Team. Turn right at the end of this hallway, then step into the elevator and hit “four”. You just wait until we get back aboard the Cavatica. Why does the Enforcer One have so many prison cells. Like, are they usually used for storage or something. But it was perfect for this mission, because we could use the cells for specimen storage. I mean, last I saw, you were just standing in the hallway with the Councillor. Let’s just say the Councillor and I have opposing views on leadership. It’s the same with our lab stuff -- it looks impressive from a distance, but really it’s just cheap garbage. We -- well, Dr. Ahmad-Miller calls it “cognitive behavioral therapy”. We’ll have to come back later for a more thorough search. You can tell them we threatened to kill you if you didn’t help us. Then, everyone spills the secret information they’ve been hoarding. Remember when we first approached the Cavatica, and had difficulty radioing X. Was this whole mutiny thing a rash, unplanned decision. Or did you think you could take on shiploads of reinforcements single-handedly. Ms. Moretti.

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