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Friday, April 28, 2006

GREENLIGHT #41: Friends with Money (with "The Group"and "Husbands and Wives")

Ann and Les are seething about Friends with Money (2006). How anyone involved in this movie looked at the script and thought it was worth a dime is beyond them. Both gave it a bright shining RED light. They particularly hated this film because it has such an easy premise with which to make a good film - friendship and romance. So Les recommends The Group (1966) and Ann recommends Husbands and Wives (1992.)
RUNNING TIME: 14:53

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Thursday, April 27, 2006

GREENLIGHT #40: The Sentinel (with "In the Line of Fire" and "The Fugitive")

Ann and Les enjoyed The Sentinel (2006) as a good old-fashioned good-guy-on-the-run movie. Both gave it a green. Les also recommends In the Line of Fire (1993) and Ann recommends The Fugitive (1993.)
RUNNING TIME: 14:37

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Sunday, April 23, 2006

GREENLIGHT #39: Lucky Number Slevin (with "Last Man Standing" and "Driving Miss Daisy")

Ann and Les love a good mystery but Lucky Number Slevin (2006) isn't one of the best. The script, they think, is quite one-dimensional. Both gave it a yellow. Meanwhile, Les much prefers Mr. Willis in Last Man Standing (1996) and Ann prefers Mr. Freeman in Driving Miss Daisy (1986.)
RUNNING TIME: 14:50

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Friday, April 14, 2006

GREENLIGHT #38: Take the Lead (with "Dirty Dancing" and "Saturday Night Fever")

Ann and Les wanted to enjoy Take the Lead (2006) more than they did. It's a formula movie about a dance teacher who does good with problem school kids. Both gave it a yellow - it you like these kind of movies, they don't discourage you from this one. But if you're really looking for good "dance as a metaphor movies," then you can't go wrong with two of the best: Dirty Dancing (1987) and Saturday Night Fever (1977.)
RUNNING TIME: 14:55

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Thursday, April 13, 2006

GREENLIGHT #37: Thank You for Smoking (with "Fargo" and "Waiting for Guffman")

On this episode, Ann and Les split dramatically on Thank You for Smoking (2005). Les gives it a green and Ann gives it red! But, as always, they agree on their rentals: Fargo (1996) and Waiting for Guffman (1996.)
RUNNING TIME: 14:56

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Thursday, April 06, 2006

GREENLIGHT #36: Basic Instict 2 (with "The Muse" and "Jezebel.")

On this episode, Ann and Les review Basic Instinct 2 (2006,) and recommend related rentals: The Muse (1999) and Jezebel (1938.)
RUNNING TIME: 14:55

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GREENLIGHT #35: Ask the Dust (with "Chinatown" and "Mission Impossible II")

On this episode, Ann and Les review Ask the Dust (2006,) and recommend related rentals: Chinatown (1974) and Mission Impossible II (2000.)
RUNNING TIME: 14:58

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