Lists by TheFabulousThomasJ
In no particular order, these are my all-time favorite television mini-series
I know, I know; get over it! But I want this to be duly noted on the IMDb!!
Enough of your fawning and swooning! They weren't all that and a bag of chips! You must be outside your mind if you think they do. . .
So you think TheFabulousThomasJ is a TAB? Absolutely not! I'll be the first to admit though that I watch this and love it! Let's all get greasay!!!
Entertaining Films that Don't Insult Your Intelligence or Mastubate Your Emotions. (A list in progress)
In order off the top of my head; they are all magnificent!
Sometimes they got the lead role; and sometimes, they were ten times better than the lead roles. Here's a list of the ladies we remember best in film and television; God bless every one of them!
ATTENTION: Don't be posting where the heck is "Dirty Harry" or "The Good, The Bad & the Ugly"; this list is only the best films DIRECTED by Clint Eastwood.
Did moviemaking change in the wake of September 11, 2001? Some say yes; others say absolutley not. A few films here note matter-of-factly their plot points were affected by the destruction of the World Trade Center; but if anything, we became even more passionate in the little picture and the common you-and-I. Here then, are these, for your consideration:
Here's a list of films that, even whenever they're on TV, I will pause to watch.
Don't even bother looking for titles from John Waters or Ed Wood; that's like shooting fish in a barrel! Here are ten films that weren't intended to be campy, but they are. And we squirm with delight when we watch them.
And Gang, that includes the Pixar stuff, too, so No Whining!!!
These are the Best of the Doomsday Films and I love them all equally!!!
Here's 10 television shows that make me scratch my head in amazement; I cannot figure out why people either find them funny or entertaining. Some of these just annoy the Hell out of me.
With a few exceptions, these days it sure does seem like once actors nab Academy Awards for their performances, that next big hit either eludes them or their box office is spotty, at best. Some turn out one clinker after another. Mine is not to humiliate these fine actors; only to ask "what the Hell has happened?" (Note: It's a pretty good bet one-shot winners like Jennifer Hudson and Mo'Nique may never make another film again; they're not included here)
In order, my favorite films by Tom Cruise:
These are Tom Hanks' best films & performances.
In no particular order, this is the best from John Wayne
These are/were the very best of television 1988-2013.
In no particular order, these are my favorite war films. As of right now, this is an on-going list. And if you don't see a popular favorite like "Patton" or "Apocalypse Now" or "Platoon" listed it's probably because those films bore me to death.
These films are listed in pairs; it's up to you to figure out how the even-numbered entries coincide with their odd-numbered priors. (This is an on-going list; check back from time-to-time to see what has been added.)
Off the top of my head, these are the episodes I remember best from my favorite shows.
In order, the best of the visions of legendary director Stanley Kubrick:
There's no way I can make a list of my all-time favorite films, but I can make a list of the 101 films I need for my collection. Here they are, in no particular order:
In the early days of television, it was practically verboten for a major studio to get into television production. Screen Gems, once the animation side of Columbia Pictures (1940-1946) was revived in 1948 to supply product to the growing television industry. Thus, Columbia became the first major to enter the new medium of television broadcasting. After many years of success it became Columbia Pictures Television on 6 May 1974 until Sony (Columbia's present owner) renamed the operation Sony Pictures Television 16 September 2002. The following are the best of the original studio productions (and early Hanna-Barbera, Castle Rock & TriStar product is included).
In no particular order and consistently excellent production episode-for-episode, these are the greatest since 1949.
In no particular order (and though a few of these titles are now distributed by other companies) these are still the very best from Columbia Pictures.