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Movie Blogs: Best of the 80’s and You Pick the Classics

posted by Nell Minow

On The 80’s Movie Project you can weigh in with your thoughts on the best, the worst, and the most outrageous from the decade that included “American Gigolo,” “Anaimalymics,” and “Every Which Way You Can.”
And Baltimore Examiner movie critic Tom Clocker, who is kind enough to comment here from time to time, has undertaken his own version of the “Julie & Julia” experiment. He’s going to watch 365 days of classic films based on suggestions from his readers, and blog about what he sees. Check out his blog and let him know what you think he should watch.



  • http://www.examiner.com/x-9207-Baltimore-Movie-Examiner Tom Clocker – Baltimore Movie Examiner

    Nell,
    You are the greatest! Have I ever told you that?
    Thanks for the love!
    And hey, the more the merrier. Head over and leave your picks and maybe I’ll be watching your favorite soon.
    Tom

  • http://blog.beliefnet.com/moviemom/ Nell Minow

    My pleasure, Tom! And I’ve sent you some of my recommendations!

  • http://www.examiner.com/x-9207-Baltimore-Movie-Examiner Tom Clocker – Baltimore Movie Examiner

    Nell,
    Great picks! I can definitely see some or all of them making the final cut!

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