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Discussion in 'The Moving Picture' started by Amy Jeanne, Aug 5, 2007.
I just wacthed Glenda Farrell as Torchy Blane in "Blondes at Work". How have I missed these movies?
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.
Jackie Brown for the first time...
love that movie...sam jackson and deniro killed me...
and pam grier was stunning, of course...
Watched Eddie and the Crusers (first one) then watched Streets of Fire
Watched the Dam Busters last night. Excellent piece of vintage British cinema.
Watched Richard Attenborough's 'Chaplin' with Robert Downey Jr. I found the DVD pretty cheap at Best Buy last week.
What starring, what a color, what a clothing... what a film!!
i just watched that the other day too...
love the music...i bought the soundtrack...
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.
Film made for soliders in WW2 "I Accuse My Parents"
Eddie and the Crusers2
The soundtract to the second one is good too.....as is Streets of Fire....
"Topper". Lots of posthumous hilarity.
Harlan County, USA.
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.
Zack and Miri Make a Porno
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?
'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!)
That is so weird - one of my friends was watching that film last night!
I love coincidences...
Right now I'm halfway through the original Flash Gordon serial from 1936 starring Buster Crabbe and Jean Rogers.
GREAT documentary! Much of the music was Jean Richie. This was an award winner I believe.
"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.