The film depicts two days in the lives of four real estate salesmen who are supplied with names and phone numbers of leads and regularly use underhanded and dishonest tactics to make sales. Many of the leads rationed out by the office manager lack either the money or the desire to actually invest in land.

The film depicts two days in the lives of four real estate salesmen who are supplied with names and phone numbers of leads and regularly use underhanded and dishonest tactics to make sales. Many of the leads rationed out by the office manager lack either the money or the desire to actually invest in land.

THE NOTEBOOK…Critical reviews are mixed for the love story of young love set agianst the backdrop of pre-WW2 and after…but the films acting by the young lovers and old ones are beautifully portrayed….This film showed the strengths of a young actor named Ryan Gosling  who usually played much darker or driven type roles, while Rachel McAdams came to the film after her impressive “Mean Girls” protrayal of the mean queen in high school.

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THE NOTEBOOK…Critical reviews are mixed for the love story of young love set agianst the backdrop of pre-WW2 and after…but the films acting by the young lovers and old ones are beautifully portrayed….This film showed the strengths of a young actor named Ryan Gosling who usually played much darker or driven type roles, while Rachel McAdams came to the film after her impressive “Mean Girls” protrayal of the mean queen in high school.

Alfred Hitchcock's 'North by Northwest', 1959 - North by Northwest was directed during Hitchcock's 'golden years'. He starred Cary Grant as his debonair, everyman hero who is involved in a  case of mistaken identity. With Ernest Lehman's screenplay; he manages to keep the dialogue witty, light hearted, yet ominous - But where Hitchcock excels is setting up terrifying, realistic looking sequences; that both Grant & Eva Marie Saint manage to get out of, unscathed - A Hitchcock tour-de-force!

Alfred Hitchcock's 'North by Northwest', 1959 - North by Northwest was directed during Hitchcock's 'golden years'. He starred Cary Grant as his debonair, everyman hero who is involved in a case of mistaken identity. With Ernest Lehman's screenplay; he manages to keep the dialogue witty, light hearted, yet ominous - But where Hitchcock excels is setting up terrifying, realistic looking sequences; that both Grant & Eva Marie Saint manage to get out of, unscathed - A Hitchcock tour-de-force!

'Carrie' was both Stephen King's first novel and his first to be filmed. At the time of the movie's release, King was still so little-known that the makers of the film's trailer misspelled his first name as "Steven."

'Carrie' was both Stephen King's first novel and his first to be filmed. At the time of the movie's release, King was still so little-known that the makers of the film's trailer misspelled his first name as "Steven."

Vincent Minnelli's 'The Sandpiper', 1965 - A beautiful Bohemian artist, Laura Reynolds, (Taylor) is a free spirit who questions social conventions. She lives in a secluded beach side cabin in Big Sur, with her nine year old, illegitimate son, Danny. She's instilled her values on her son, which has gotten him into some trouble, through his experimentation. He is also home schooled. Then he gets into legal trouble & is ordered to be sent to San Simeon a Christian school in Monterey.

Vincent Minnelli's 'The Sandpiper', 1965 - A beautiful Bohemian artist, Laura Reynolds, (Taylor) is a free spirit who questions social conventions. She lives in a secluded beach side cabin in Big Sur, with her nine year old, illegitimate son, Danny. She's instilled her values on her son, which has gotten him into some trouble, through his experimentation. He is also home schooled. Then he gets into legal trouble & is ordered to be sent to San Simeon a Christian school in Monterey.

'Stage Fright' Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, 1950. Affable & unsuspecting Jonathan Cooper (Richard Todd) is wanted by the police who suspect him of killing his lover's husband, Marlene Dietrich plays his dazzling, sophisticated lover, Charlotte Inwood. His friend Eve Gill (Jane Wyman) offers to hide him; when he explains that Charlotte is the real killer. Eve cares about Jonathan & decides to investigate for herself; with dangerous results.

'Stage Fright' Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, 1950. Affable & unsuspecting Jonathan Cooper (Richard Todd) is wanted by the police who suspect him of killing his lover's husband, Marlene Dietrich plays his dazzling, sophisticated lover, Charlotte Inwood. His friend Eve Gill (Jane Wyman) offers to hide him; when he explains that Charlotte is the real killer. Eve cares about Jonathan & decides to investigate for herself; with dangerous results.

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