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Thread: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?

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    Cabin In The Woods. It's not Hitchcock, but as a horror fan, I enjoyed it. If you're repelled by gore, don't go!

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    Smiley's people, directed by Thomas Alfredsson. Apparently he was up for a challenge because it was considered difficult (if not impossible) to surpass the BBC television series (starring Alec Guiness) from the late 70's.

    I think he did a terrific job. I liked the movie a lot. Faithfull to Le Carre's original story and quite the opposite of a typical mindless Hollywood mainstream action movie, which no doubt it would have become if an American would have directed it.

    But George Smiley was in good hands. Could it have been otherwise? After all three years ago Alfredsson directed 'Let The Right One In'. Magnificent. Brilliant. That movie simply blew me away. I went to see it 5 times!

    The American remake didn't. Well....... I didn't even bother to see it. Quite pointless
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    The Second Woman with Robert Young in a role you would never think of him in. The story just left me stunned at the end. You just sit there and say: What!"
    People think they are so rebellious and original, when really they are just banal, boring and dumb.

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    Pirate Radio, again...this time I watched the deleted scenes as well. They're funnier than the film! They also explain a lot of holes in the plot (as well as the hole in the ship).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Touchofevil View Post
    I think that I saw that it was on TCM tonight as was Casablanca.
    It was. It is one of those movies for me that no matter what point I turn it on i just can not stop watching. I have always liked the original version better than the remake that came out in 1991.

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    Spaceballs.
    People think they are so rebellious and original, when really they are just banal, boring and dumb.

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    Saw "Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" last night...

    Hafta say this is much more entertaining & has a more cohesive plot that the 2+ hours of my life I wasted.

    "If you can make a girl laugh, you can make her do anything." -- Marilyn Monroe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gin&Tonics View Post
    Great movie! As a follow on, you should watch Kellie's Heroes
    Another classic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamespowers View Post
    Spaceballs.
    This is one of the movies I never get tired of watching.

    "Comb the dessert!"

    "Our radar...it's been...jammed!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by AmateisGal View Post
    This is one of the movies I never get tired of watching.

    "Comb the dessert!"

    "Our radar...it's been...jammed!"
    "What's all this bubbling and churning?!"

    "Sir...this is Mr. Coffee, THIS is Mr. Radar..."

    "Damnit, Saunders, you know I like to have coffee when I watch the radar!"
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