What Was The Last Movie You Watched?

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  2. Kirk H.

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    Brother Orchid (1940), a gangster film staring Edward G. Robinson and Humphrey Bogart, but Robison plays a gangster who sees the light so to speak. A very good movie.

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    Million Dollar Kid with The East-side Kids. Now I'm watching The Maltese Falcon.
     
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    Up in the Air
     
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    Ned Kelly
     
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    Love Liza 2002

    It really hit home for me.
     
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    Castle in the Desert (1942), another Charlie Chan mystery.
     
  9. Gregg Axley

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    Caught, from 1949.
    The main character was meant to be Howard Hughes.
    Great movie with James Mason, I really enjoyed it.
     
  10. The Good

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    The James Bond movie, The Man With the Golden Gun. It was actually an entertaining Bond film, and I'm not sure why it gets lumped down in the bottom alongside the likes of Die Another Day, and Diamonds Are Forever. I'm not gonna lie though, I actually liked the safari shirt/suits that Roger Moore wore in that film.

    Next up, Goldfinger!
     
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    The Thief of Baghdad. :) Douglas Fairbanks, Sr.

    Wow, did that guy over act. ;)
     
  13. The Good

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    I just finished watching Goldfinger, the third James Bond film. I had seen The Man With the Golden Gun the night before, and I've gotta say that Goldfinger was just the superior film; the acting, Sean Connery, the villains, the plot... I enjoyed watching both though. I'm going to continue with watching the rest of the Moore Bond era for a while. Hopefully before the end of the summer, I'll be able to reach the Brosnan era at least, if not finish watching all Bonds entirely.
     
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    Goldfinger was my favorite Bond flick.


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    Crossfire Trail (Tom Selleck western).
     
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    The whole wide world and Miss Potter, both with renee zelweger, in some awsome oldfashioned roles
     
  17. Mark D

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    Goodfellas. I love New York mob stories/history as you probably guessed if you recognized the guy in my avatar.;)
     
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    His Girl Friday
     
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    Since You Went Away. Nearly three hours long, yet my 11-year-old daughter watched it with me and loved it.
     
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    Dali felt real. Hemingway felt Audio-Animatronic. Of course the real Hem was a machine, but at least he was a human one.

    Notice that TV Catalunya had a hand in the production? Does this explain the presence of all the Spaniards? Only Picasso was really needful to the storyline. Dali was color and Buñuel and Belmonte just walk-ons.

    In general I liked this, contrived as it was. It's classic Allen in that no one has any self-awareness or free will. Except Wilson, at the very end - I suppose Woody's getting soft. And when was the last time you saw a young, lovely female selling antiques? Especially 78s?!
     
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