Classic Movie of the Week|
OnM - July 20, 2002
By now I'm wondering, is it me? Have I suddenly turned into one of those people who become increasingly picky with advancing age, until they just have to find something wrong with everything? I mean, these are both decent films, plenty good'nuf for an evening of lighthearted summertime viewing while camped around your TV set, munching popcorn and huddling against the late evening chill of the air conditioning. Why shouldn't they be classics?
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