What Was The Last Movie You Watched?

Discussion in 'The Moving Picture' started by Amy Jeanne, Aug 5, 2007.

  1. Dixie_Amazon

    Dixie_Amazon Practically Family

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    I just wacthed Glenda Farrell as Torchy Blane in "Blondes at Work". How have I missed these movies?
     
  2. CherryKrissy

    CherryKrissy Familiar Face

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    I just finished watching "Some Like it Hot" my stupid DVR cut off the end though :rage: . I love watching Marilyn's movies. She seems to just shine so brightly in all of them.
     
  3. SamMarlowPI

    SamMarlowPI One Too Many

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    Jackie Brown for the first time...

    love that movie...sam jackson and deniro killed me...

    and pam grier was stunning, of course...
     
  4. Ray925

    Ray925 New in Town

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    dbl feature

    Watched Eddie and the Crusers (first one) then watched Streets of Fire
     
  5. TheLimey

    TheLimey Familiar Face

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    Watched the Dam Busters last night. Excellent piece of vintage British cinema.
     
  6. Quigley Brown

    Quigley Brown Call Me a Cab

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    Watched Richard Attenborough's 'Chaplin' with Robert Downey Jr. I found the DVD pretty cheap at Best Buy last week.
     
  7. Lorena B

    Lorena B Practically Family

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    Cover girl.

    What starring, what a color, what a clothing... what a film!!
     
  8. SamMarlowPI

    SamMarlowPI One Too Many

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    i just watched that the other day too...

    love the music...i bought the soundtrack...
     
  9. celtic

    celtic A-List Customer

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    Dans ma peau (In My Skin)

    I was surprised how much this film squicked me out. Could've simply been the mood I was in, but it was probably more the grit, rawness, and realness some of the scenes had.

    Not for the squeamish, but I thought it was done extremely well.
     
  10. DameIniquitous

    DameIniquitous New in Town

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    Film made for soliders in WW2 "I Accuse My Parents"
     
  11. Ray925

    Ray925 New in Town

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    Eddie and the Crusers2


    The soundtract to the second one is good too.....as is Streets of Fire....
     
  12. Caleb Moore

    Caleb Moore Familiar Face

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    "Topper". Lots of posthumous hilarity.
     
  13. Spiffy

    Spiffy A-List Customer

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    Completely amazing and changed the way I look at documentary film. The music was particularly brilliant; I wanted to immediately call all my musician-type friends and host a Sad-Time Blues Party.
     
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  15. CherryKrissy

    CherryKrissy Familiar Face

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    Great movie!

    Today was a double bill for me. I watched Bombshell with Jean Harlow, followed by Singing in the Rain. Two fantastic movies!

    I just put on Swing Time but my husband will be home before it's over, so I'll have to fully watch and enjoy some other day

    As a side note, I'm looking to buy a bunch of old movies on DVD. I've yet to find them in store, does anybody know a good site to buy them from?
     
  16. LouieGee

    LouieGee New in Town

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    'Maverick' with Mel Gibson and Jodie Foster.

    (And going a little off topic, I just love that mint green dress she wears when she's leaving after the poker tournament. It's so pretty!)
     
  17. LouieGee

    LouieGee New in Town

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    That is so weird - one of my friends was watching that film last night! :eek:

    I love coincidences... :)
     
  18. Starius

    Starius Practically Family

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    Right now I'm halfway through the original Flash Gordon serial from 1936 starring Buster Crabbe and Jean Rogers.
     
  19. KY Gentleman

    KY Gentleman One Too Many

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    GREAT documentary! Much of the music was Jean Richie. This was an award winner I believe.
     
  20. JJWord

    JJWord Familiar Face

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    "The Express", about Ernie Davis. Overall a great movie. It doesn't get too hungup on the football but its there so the story flows nicely.
     

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