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Thread: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?

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    The Girl Next Door (1953)
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    Quote Originally Posted by rue View Post
    For Colin Firth alone....

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    LOVE this one. Was a little disappointed in the second one as it didn't quite follow the book and I think they made Rene look horrid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AmateisGal View Post
    LOVE this one. Was a little disappointed in the second one as it didn't quite follow the book and I think they made Rene look horrid.
    The first one was good and you're right, she really did look awful in that second one. I only watched it for Colin Firth. He could just stand there reading the phonebook and I'd pay to see him


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mario View Post
    One, Two, Three. Again.

    James Cagney is just great here, carrying the whole film almost single-handedly, even though Hotte Buchholtz (whom Cagney immensely disliked), Pamela Tiffin and Lilo Pulver are absolutely wonderful in their own right. I think Cagney never had so many lines in a single film before - and at such a speed, too!

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    Haha. I have to see it again. I just ordered a James Cagney Box but it is without this one.
    (White Heat, the Roaring Twenties ,The Public Enemy, The Bride Came C. O. D.,The Fighting 69th, Torrid Zone ,The West Point Story for 13€ at amazon)

    Last vintage movie I watched was "In name only" with Cary Grant. It was ok but not great.

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    The Cat's Meow ..... again


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    I love The Cat's Meow!

    I twisted my ankle Friday and while resting I've watched Grumpy Old Men, Hello, Dolly!, True Grit, and 9-5.

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    Warrior with Nick Nolte. About two brothers and mixed martial arts. It was very, very good. I was surprised.
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