How far back are you 'throwing'? Streets of San Francisco, Ironside, Perry Mason, Kojak, Little House..., and some movies, just off the top of head, Once Upon a Time in America, all Hitchcock films, Manchurian Candidate, 400 Blows, 12 Angry Men, Sergeant York, To Hell and Back, Sierra Madre.... Hope this helps, let me know if you need other suggestions ....and will be looking for the reviews... Waves!
Wow that's a dense list! I know for sure I'm going to do one on Hitchcock's Rear Window. It's in my top 5 favorites. I'm thinking I'm gonna stick around the 80's-90s for a a few. All suggestions are encouraged! I look forward to hearing feedback!
Hmm.. Are you more tv than movies? And all genres? I'm with you on Rear Window....absolutely, a great movie, although Strangers on a Train and Vertigo are way up there for me.. Foreign tv series (Fawlty Towers)? Foreign movies, (The Vanishing)?
I like to watch some tv series, I just don't like to review them as much because they can change episode to episode and a season can ruin the series. But there's some really good ones out there! My favorite is the series Fringe.
The Fringe is a good one, for sure... Me, well I am looking foreward to the Last Ship and Vikings... Thank goodness for something that is interesting to watch and there isn't a vampire or zombie to be seen.. Talk about boring..... ttyl waves!
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