Classic Actor Spotlight: Walter Matthau – Finding What Works

Greeting once again! Given the positive response to the early works of one of great ensemble character and lead actors of the latter part of the 20th century. I've decided to expound a bit upon the arena and offerings in which he is so fondly recognized, empathized with and remembered. Putting those roles and films …

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Monthly Roundup: What I Watched in March

Well, it's been fun folks! After about three + years of blogging... FlixChatter is closing up shop so this is the last monthly recap you'll see on this blog. THANK YOU for being such loyal supporters of this blog... I really appreciate your readership and all the wonderful comments. I'll be moving to Antarctica next …

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Classic Actor Spotlight: Walter Matthau – Showing his Chops

Greetings and all sundry! Given the success of my earlier three article arc on the career of Jack Lemmon. And to steal a suggestion from Nostra. Allow me a few moments of your time to focus some attention and love towards a consummate character actor. Utilized and cozily comfortable as part of an ensemble or …

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Classic Actor Spotlight: Jack Lemmon Part II… Something Old, Something New

Greetings, all and sundry! After a rather fun first look at Jack Lemmon's early career. I've decided to go a bit into those films of the 1960s that defined and reenforced the actor's standing as a solid comedic talent. And slowly opened the door into an arena where he would stun and excel. To that …

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