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June 13, 2013



Ha! I rented that a while ago after reading you!

EV Grieve

Love this film.

James C. Taylor

Love it! I haven't seen it in years, so I tried to instantly Netflix it a couple of weeks ago but it wasn't available.


YouTube is offering it for $3.99 a pop.

And simply fyi, the Movie Channel up in Canada showed it once a month for about 1am Sunday morning = PERFECT!

And thanks for DVD extra reel.....LOVED image of Scorsese laughing behind the camera.

James Taylor

I watched "After Hours" on Friday night for the first time in about 15 years (thank you Netflix). At the very end of the movie, when the van screeches around the corner and dispenses our papier-mâché'd protagonist into the road, the street signs read 48th and Madison. The location is clearly 25th and Madison (I'd recognize those big gates anywhere). Why'd they change it? Why couldn't Paul have worked near Madison Square Park? Too close to Downtown?

Obviously this sort of thing would only bother a hawk-eyed nitpicker like myself, but it's curious considering the relatively low budget and the fact that none of the other exteriors used seem to have been "dressed" for the movie.

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