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Thread: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neophyte View Post
    The last four films I have seen, all for my "Invention of Cinema" course, were Baby Face, Birth of a Nation, Charlie Chaplin's The Kid, and Nanook of the North.
    I loved courses like that in school!
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    LOVED The Kid!! That's one of the few Chaplin films I don't own. But the best, IMO.
    "If you can make a girl laugh, you can make her do anything." -- Marilyn Monroe

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    FYI, it looks like Kevin Brownlow's Hollywood series is available on You Tube. I watched part of first episode the other day. I can't find it on dvd, evidently due to complicated film rights. It ran on PBS a couple of decades ago, and I've been trying buy it ever since.
    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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    watched the first 1/3 or so of Master and Commander up at the Mr.'s vacation home. Will finish it next time we are there.
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    Recently saw Kubrick's "Path's of Glory" for the first time.

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    Wild Target

    Not bad, decent enough to while away a couple of hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LocktownDog View Post
    Wild Target

    Not bad, decent enough to while away a couple of hours.
    I bought the DVD of that one - purely because I'm an Imelda May fan.
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    Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
    People think they are so rebellious and original, when really they are just banal, boring and dumb.

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    The Proposal.

    I recommend NOT watching movies on FX. Especially movies with "hosts". It was probably barely a two hour movie. After commercials and hosts, the thing was THREE HOURS!! Not worth it. Even with Betty White.

    *sigh* I just can't seem to be happy with a movie lately.
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    ^ I despise those "hosted" movies! I know exactly what you're talking about - the wannabe witty banter during commercials... annoying.

    I watched "Hollywoodland" for the umpteenth million time last night.
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