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    Trying to find that at my local library. No success. Maybe the mother can find it on NetFlix?

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    I watched some of The Parent Trap. I adore Maureen O'Hara but grew tired of everyone else in the film so I didn't finish it. plause as a twin, I Found the whole plot ldicrous and cruel.
    I look at you and what do I do. I get weak, I can't speak, I just sigh. And though I try, the best I can sigh is my,my.

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    The library where I work part-time has the Rated film, haven't seen it yet. It spends about 5 minutes on the shelf between borrowings.
    Last night was movie night at a friend's house: The Devil Wears Prada. Hated it. I went home and started to watch Charlie Chan in Shanghai. Love it. (See Handsome Fellas thread.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by deadpandiva
    I watched some of The Parent Trap. I adore Maureen O'Hara but grew tired of everyone else in the film so I didn't finish it. plause as a twin, I Found the whole plot ldicrous and cruel.
    I love that movie--I can understand why you wouldn't, of course, but I watched it all the time when I was a kid. Haley Mills is adorable, and Brian Keith plays a good match for Maureen. Ridiculous plot, sure, but fun all the same.

    Ooh, I watched The Five Pennies last night. Great film--always makes me cry!
    I know. It all sounds like some bad movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetfrancaise
    I love that movie--I can understand why you wouldn't, of course, but I watched it all the time when I was a kid. Haley Mills is adorable, and Brian Keith plays a good match for Maureen. Ridiculous plot, sure, but fun all the same.

    Ooh, I watched The Five Pennies last night. Great film--always makes me cry!
    I love. love, love The Five Pennies.
    I look at you and what do I do. I get weak, I can't speak, I just sigh. And though I try, the best I can sigh is my,my.

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    I watched 'Paris When It Sizzles' last night. Can't say I was too impressed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feraud
    I thought the robots were better actors than the humans.
    I dunno, the two Jons didn't do too bad... (Turturro was very convincing about portraying someone I'd have wanted to help into a "cliff-dive" off Hoover Dam... and Voight I thought was OK as the SecDef. No James Earl Jones as Admiral Greer or Fred Thompson as Admiral Painter, but...)

    Other than that, if it's "meat vs. metal", I tend to side with "metal". IMO, Blackout (the chopper) was pretty cool, even if he was one of the bad-guys...
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    Deer Hunter...wonderful as always...
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    I saw Meet the Robinsons and I was a Male War Bride tonight and both were a lot of fun. I also watched that movie with Red Skelton on TCM tonight and yes, it was also amusing. I was surprised at how much I liked Meet the Robinsons, it was just a cute, sweet, feel good movie
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jovan
    Trying to find that at my local library. No success. Maybe the mother can find it on NetFlix?

    Would the library carry an NC-17 film?

    LD

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