posted 10 June 2008 04:07 PM
On a whim, I turned tv on (it's got rabbit ears) at one am this morning, and 'Enron- the snmartest guys in the room' was on. The late night movie. I don't follow tv much, and have no schedule, but it was quite a shock to see such 'rich' fare playing so late and on a week day. I watched the 2 hour plus show and was as result quite tired working; but it was worth it (the VHS isn't hooked up, so no recording possible etc) Did anyone else see the docu? A few weeks ago they had on 'the Mayor of Sunset Strip' a documentary of sorts on Rodney Bingheimer (who's mother left him on a hollywood street one day when he was still a kid, and never came back)...It was 10 times as interesting as most movies; but what's with the CBC? Does anyone think they'll be airing 'The Hunting of the Friedmans' anytime soon? 'Manufactured Landscapes'? The 'march of the penguins'? "the Bands Visit'? http://www.mo-shon.net/newsletter/moArthouse02_film02.html
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posted 10 June 2008 05:33 PM
The Enron movie has played on TMN probably more than a dozen times, I've seen it twice but can't remember much from it.
TMN (The Movie Network) has six 24/7 movie channels, I've seen way more movies than I can remember there. Sometimes they do a restrospective such as films that Robin Williams has appeared in, which is fantastic. I think TMN adds about $20./month to my satellite subscription, but it's really worth it. If I can't sleep, then at any hour I have six films to choose from.
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