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Thread: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?

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    My favorite movie of all time is To Kill A Mockingbird. It is so nostalgic and really draws you in. I can watch it, turn around and play it again, thats why I just purchased it on DVD!

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    The Dark Knight


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    Although, Chicago made for a great set.

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    I just watched The Battleship Potemkin. Interesting movie on a lot of different levels.
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    Flicked on The Little Shop of Horrors 1960.
    Always nice to watch where Nicholson got his start
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    Cool Hand Luke. Great story and what a cast.
    "You are a failure only when you blame someone else."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Wood
    Flicked on The Little Shop of Horrors 1960.
    Always nice to watch where Nicholson got his start
    Following that on CHCH was From Russia With Love (they showed Dr. No last week) and then I switched to CBC and got La Vie en Rose, Love Edith!!!


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    How to Train Your Dragon, which was actually very enjoyable. By the way, old school 2D, not this new fangled 3D technoboly.
    Let me dig this solid cat and see what jumps in that wig of his that's causing all the flip on the vine.

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    To Kill a Mockingbird. I had never seen this one before believe it or not. I saw Robert Duvall's name in the opening credits and kept waiting for his appearance, what a surprise!
    "You are a failure only when you blame someone else."

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    Yeah, he was pretty good in it, his role was that of a silent type and he knocked it out of the park. I guess it is the way of taking you back in time that gets me, the big tree house right from the start. I really like the narrative from the young girls perspective, drama at its finest!

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    The Browning Version-I had never heard of this film and decided to watch it on a whim. I loved it and don't know what I'd do without TCM.
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