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Another Bad Movie

Number 10 in the Series Sundays I try to post a bad movie, but not often this bad. This has got to be about the worst ever. It’s Inside the Law from 1942, and Wikipedia doesn’t have much about it, … Continue reading

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Palais-des-Congrès Furnished Suites

Here is a nice place we came across unexpectedly. The plan was to take the train from Quebec City to Montreal and stay there overnight before our flight back to San Antonio. Barbara Jean checked on-line and found this place. … Continue reading

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Wednesday Bad Movie

Number 10 of a series Ask, and you will receive. I needed a Wednesday movie review to post while I was out of town, and Amazon Prime Video came through. This is Hondo, from 1953 and starring John Wayne. And, … Continue reading

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Another Bad Movie

Number 9 in the Series Amazon Prime Video is the go-to place for old Charlie Chan movies. This is one from 1946, starring English actor Sidney Toler as Chines detective Charlie Chan. It’s The Trap out of Monogram Pictures, which … Continue reading

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Wednesday Bad Movie

Number 9 of a series Never read the book, never saw the movie until it streamed on Amazon Prime Video. I figured it was about time. From 1970 it’s Catch-22. Details are from Wikipedia. Here is the cast. Alan Arkin as Captain … Continue reading

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Wednesday Bad Movie

Number 8 of a series Lately I’ve been watching a bunch of movies that don’t make sense to me. My practice is to only review movies I don’t already have, so everything is either borrowed from a friend or else … Continue reading

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Another Bad Movie

Number 7 in the Series Just so you will be sure what this movie is all about. Yes, it’s number 2 of the 3 Left Behind movies, based on the novels by Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins. This is Left Behind II: … Continue reading

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