What Was The Last Movie You Watched?

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

  1. Lady Day

    Lady Day I'll Lock Up Bartender

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    I felt The Master was an amazing character study. I really liked it.
    I liked parts of Friends with Kids, but the ending was a bit lame. The cast was really, really good.
     
  2. Touchofevil

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    Man on Fire on AMC. A great but sad movie. Denzel is the Baddest Man on the Planet!
    :D
     
  3. Stearmen

    Stearmen I'll Lock Up

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    I hate to admit it, I was really tired tonight, so I watched, Shaun of the Dead. I did like the ending though!
     
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    Margin Call
     
  5. ButteMT61

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    Is awesome!I watched Django, sorta chained...
     
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    Me and My Gal 1932

    Spencer Tracy plays a detective. TCM last night
     
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    Went and saw 'Oblivion' last night. I have to admit I couldn't follow it..... I had to come home and read about it on IMDB. Oh!!!..... now I get it! -dixon cannon
     
  8. chanteuseCarey

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    Last night: started watching the 50s film, The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad.
     
  9. McMurdo

    McMurdo One of the Regulars

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    Watching Leaver her to Heaven on TCM. Did evil ever look as good as Gene Tierney?
     
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    Little Shop of Horrors.
     
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    OK, got it done. They Were Expendable. I know, it's an old movie, but I still get choked up a little watching this. Nice to know I'm not the only one that appreciates it.
     
  12. Boyo

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    Hated "Zero dark thirty" really liked "Argo"
     
  13. Lady Day

    Lady Day I'll Lock Up Bartender

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    Netflix streaming has a slew of Korean movies in their coffers and I stumbled across a gem this past weekend.
    http://movies.netflix.com/WiMovie/Sunny/70245273?trkid=8133737

    It's called Sunny and its about a group of 7 school age girls who formed a sort of sisterhood in grade school in the 80s. Now in their mid 40s, one of the women happens to meet up with their old 'leader' who is dying of cancer. The other woman makes a promise to her terminal friend that she will locate the rest of their group before her friend dies. A lot of the film is done in flashbacks showing how the group met and how they interacted with each other.

    There are some cultural differences but its a really sweet movie. And some parts are just laugh out loud funny. And the chronically foul mouthed grandmother left me in tears.
     
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  14. Feraud

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    I watched Life of Pi after finishing the book. As I expected the book had more depth than what was portrayed on screen. Overall a decent enough flick.
     
  15. xXClockwork

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    The wife and I watched the Maltese Falcon last week, and this past weekend watched about half of The Best Years of Our Lives.
     
  16. C44Antelope

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    The "Game of Shadows" 2nd Guy Ritchie Sherlock Holmes movie.

    Had a ball watching it. Nice that the end of Moriarty is at least in the same vein as his demise in Conan Doyle's story. However, the chase through the woods seemed to be a little bit much. And Mycroft! Get yer clothes on!!!

    I have to admit, the urban camouflage was pretty awesome
     
  17. Miss Golightly

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    Under the Tuscan Sun
     
  18. ButteMT61

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    I felt the same about the movie. It was good - but for me, too much razzle-dazzle. It detracted for me 'cause the story was good enough. His movies (AL) aren't my favorites...
     
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  20. jthix

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    Last movie I saw was Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange. Classic!

    Also saw Hitchcock'so Rebecca for the first time, it was very good.

    Last movie that I've seen in theaters was The Place Beyond the Pines. I thought it was a great movie, probably the best that I've seen from 2013.
     
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