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Week of February 9th to February 15th 2014 - Volume Two, Issue Six.
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Dear Movie Lover,

Is there anything as romantic as a classic big-screen kiss?
In celebration of Valentine's Day, here are TI&W's five picks
for Hollywood's most memorable smackeroos.

From Here to Eternity
Deborah Kerr and Burt Lancaster in a racy sea-soaked embrace.

Technically, Demi Moore as Molly is making out with Whoopi Goldberg as Oda Mae Brown. But Oda Mae is channeling Demi's
late boyfriend Sam played by Patrick Swayze, so we get to see.

 Gone With The Wind
"You need kissing badly," Clark Gable as Rhett Butler tells
Vivian Leigh's Scarlett O'Hara and proves he's the man for the job.

Pretty Woman
It's hard to beat Julia Roberts and Richard Gere in the happy ending kiss when Gere rescues Roberts and she rescues him right back.

We're The Millers
Will Poulter's hysterical on-screen 3-way smooch with Jennifer Anniston and Emma Roberts

 Whether or not you'd choose these memorable cinematic  embraces, we think you'll agree that the best kisses-on screen or off-have the power to send shivers up and down the spine!
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Coming Attractions This Week:  
February 9th to February 15th 2014  


Ahhh...Valentine's Day is February 14th and romance is in the air. This week, salutes the occasion with films that explore the phenomenon called love, both unrequited and  requited (the better option by far). And starring some of  Hollywood's most romantic leads; Joan Fontaine, Cary Grant, Marilyn Monroe, Laurence Olivier, Elizabeth Taylor and Orson Welles. Like the richest truffles and bonbons, they are high calorie amour all the way! So enjoy the films and Happy Valentine's Day!




Check Today's Attractions for dates and times (ET) for these features as well as for all the great free movies on

The Amazing Adventure


The most debonair of movie stars---Cary Grant---in one of his great early roles. It's a fun romantic love story full of plot twists whose last scenes will surprise and intrigue you.


Running Time: 63 Minutes Romantic Comedy Adventure

Starring: Mary Brian, Cary Grant

Directed By: Alfred Zeisler

Jane Eyre


After a harsh childhood, orphan Jane Eyre is hired by Edward Rochester, the brooding master of a mysterious manor house to care for his young daughter.


Running Time: 97 Minutes Romantic Drama

Starring: Joan Fontaine, Orson Welles

Directed By: Robert Stevenson

Last Time I Saw Paris


Charles returns to Paris to reminisce about the life he led after it was liberated. He worked as a journalist when he met Helen and Marion. He married Marion. They had a daughter. He settled in to write a novel. And then everything changed.


Running Time: 116 Minutes Romantic Drama

Starring: Eva Gabor, Van Johnson, Walter Pidgeon, Donna Reed, Elizabeth Taylor

Directed By: Richard Brooks

The Prince and the Showgirl


When a dazzling America showgirl captures the monocled eye of an imperious European monarch, it's clear proof that opposites attract.


Running Time: 117 Minutes Romantic Comedy

Starring: Marilyn Monroe, Laurence Olivier, Dame Sybil Thorndike

Directed By: Laurence Olivier

Star Turn:
Costume Designers Vie For Filmdom's Most-Prized Accessory --- Oscars Gold!

 Period piece contenders seem to have a leg up including:

Michael Williamson for American Hustle.

 Catherine Martin for The Great Gatsby

 Patricia Norris for Twelve Years A Slave

 Daniel Orlandi for Saving Mr. Banks

 It would be quite something for Patricia Norris to win this year. The octogenarian, whose attention to detail on Twelve Years was so strong that she sprinkled dirt from each plantation on the bottoms of the women's dresses, already has five Oscars nods from 1978 to 1989.
Then there's Consolata Boyle. Her subtly emotional wardrobe choices for Dame Judi Dench in
Philomena, the story of a determined Irish woman searching for her lost out-of-wedlock son, is
a powerful entry.
With such talent in the running, this year's Oscar for Best Costume Designer is anyone's to win.
Did You Know?
Discover Haunted Hollywood 
We aren't referring to the ghosts of unrequited talent. From the Hollywood Tower to the Queen Mary, creepy apparitions appear all over the city. Either as a result of grieving spirits. Or great imaginations.

Los Angeles is a hard city to leave. But for those who have lost their lives in the land of promise and opportunity it can be even harder. If you're the sort who believes in ghosts and wants to see them in their supernatural habitat, this city has a host of places where the most notorious spectors are more than readily accessible. Both on land and at sea.
Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel

Early in her career, Marilyn Monroe apocryphally lived here before getting her break---her first magazine spread was done at the hotel's old pool. People report seeing Monroe in Room 1200, where she lived. Many guests report seeing Monroe in the mirror in that room. The ghost of Montgomery Clift has also been seen there.
The Queen Mary (docked in Long Beach)

Launched in 1938 and now a tourist attraction docked in Long Beach, this luxury liner was once in service as a WWII transport ship. Apparently, Room B340 used to have a lot of spirit activity when it was in service but stopped being used after several complaints from guests. Most hauntings are reported at the old First Class pool where it is believed there is a vortex , allowing spirits to come in and go out. Most frequently seen at the pool is a young girl who is believed to be named Jackie.
Trust Hollywood to provide an added dimension to tourism!