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2018
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Stanley Donen directed this 1963 film, but Alfred Hitchcock could have. It’s the best Hitchcock film made by someone other than Hitch himself (and yes, that includes Brian De Palma), and stars Cary Grant – a familiar face from the Hitchcock canon – as a man who may or may not be embroiled in a case of mistaken identity. Audrey Hepburn plays the young widow who finds that several killers are out to get her – one of whom may or may not be Cary Grant’s suave but slippe
 
 
 
  
 
 
2018
Jan
1
 
 
Most TV shows are taking the day off on this first day of 2018, showing reruns, but Fox’s interesting Marvel series about young mutants is returning for midseason with a fresh episode, number 11 of its first season. And tonight, with members of the mutant squad wary of one another, tensions run high – and the powers they can wield, including those of Polaris, are much more likely to be at hand. In her case, literally.
 
 
 
  
 
 
2018
Jan
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When Roger Ebert reviewed this Warren Beatty-Goldie Hawn bank heist movie upon its release in 1971, he praised it as “a slick and breakneck caper movie that runs like a well-oiled thrill.” Shot in Germany and elsewhere in Europe, $ is one of my favorite movies from the period, and certainly ranks today as an underrated treasure. Beatty plays a U.S. bank-security expert who is hired by a German banker (Gert Frobe, showing a much softer side than as the title villain of Goldfinger) to