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April 5, 2009

FindAnyFilm.com — that's the good news


"... You type in a film you want to see and it will tell you where it's currently showing, where you can buy it or download it and guide you right through to buying tickets or a DVD link by link," wrote Jonathan Margolis in his "Technopolis" column in this weekend's Financial Times "How To Spend It" magazine.

The bad news: UK only.

Oh, well.

With my British readership consistently between 5% and 10% of my overall traffic, I figure it's OK every now and then to throw it a bone, what?

Free, in any event — the way they like it.

April 5, 2009 at 10:01 AM | Permalink


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It still can't find the film I recall watching late one night in my youth (the joy of living near Canada, I was much more likely to see a odd/foreign film at 2 in the morning than on American TV) who's name I only somewhat recall. Steel Siding? I can only remember 3 scenes, one of a young boy being 'forced' to help his elderly female neighbor with various house-work tasks (hardly remember this one). Another scene where the dad (who runs a gas station in their front yard) dumps gas over his head and lights a match. The last part I recall is the young boy finding a stillborn(?) foetus in the barn, and figuring it was an angel he kept in in a shoe box under his bed. Strange, strange movie that I've never been able to track down.

Or even properly recall the title.

Posted by: Rocketboy | Apr 6, 2009 12:02:08 AM

The don't have The Cracksman from 1963.....

Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Apr 5, 2009 4:26:01 PM

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