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    Yes. We've lost another one of the Titans of...

    Yes. We've lost another one of the Titans of cinema.

    Goodbye Peter O'Toole.
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    Amen. Cinema will never die, but the standards...

    Amen. Cinema will never die, but the standards have definitely slipped.
    I've had to tell managers (who leave the projection booth after merely flipping a switch) that a film stopped running.
    We sat...
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    If I can chime in, the "earbuds and cellphone...

    If I can chime in, the "earbuds and cellphone crowd" are Legion.
    I understand drowning out "the world" when you have earphones on, but keep your wits about you.
    Don't isolate yourself to the point...
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    yes. Amen on all of that. So true about...

    yes. Amen on all of that.

    So true about satisfying shadows...and white balance. I just took a photo this past week of a Nutcracker in a store window and the shadow I saw did not show up in my...
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    Great point about "new technology" over "film"...

    Great point about "new technology" over "film" Chris.

    Film is my preferred choice for my photos on Facebook. But I'm about to stop. I've been using disposable Kodak cameras for about 5 years and...
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    Bravo! Awesome description of your experience....

    Bravo!
    Awesome description of your experience. Wish I was there!
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    I watched the 1992 (2-vhs tape) set of Lawrence...

    I watched the 1992 (2-vhs tape) set of Lawrence of Arabia this week, as I like to do once a year.

    Your posts on the film are great cinemabon.
    I would add that when Lawrence "dramatically...
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    When Kubrick was asked who his favorite directors...

    When Kubrick was asked who his favorite directors were, he said
    Max Ophuls and David Lean.

    David Carradine and many many others think Lawrence of Arabia is the greatest film ever made.
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