I used to grouse here from time to time that my Spectrum service in NYC did not get me access to Watch TCM. But I've had it for a while now, and I'm grateful for it. Occasionally I get the time to really work it, and over the last few days I've done just that. I've watched Holiday again, and my love for that movie seems to deepen every time I see it. Plus this one is rapidly becoming my favorite Katharine Hepburn performance. I caught up with The Breaking Point, a strong version of To Have and Have Not, with John Garfield and Patricia Neal generating heat, and Phyllis Thaxter doing the best work I've seen her do. I saw the two Rainer Werner Fassbinder works they showed on Imports--one good, one not so. And I finally saw the very fun The Student Prince in Old Heidelberg, thanks, voiceover!
I'm debating whether I can swing the new streamer from Criterion Collection. With my New York Public Library card, I have access to Kanopy, which has a decent selection from Criterion, some classic stuff TCM shows, a collection of more recent Paramount movies, and some very recent indies and documentaries.
Movies and more movies!