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Discussion in 'The Moving Picture' started by Amy Jeanne, Aug 5, 2007.
I liked it~ Although I do like eccentric people and interesting characters.
Drop Dead Fred
The Brady Bunch Movie.
Gary Cole did a great job in that movie.
I might have to rewatch it now that you brought this up.
City Streets (1931) with a very young Gary Cooper.
Is there some kind of Hitchcock anniversary or just a coincidence that yesterday, they aired The Birds here in Germany as well? I noticed that I still get really tense in some scenes, although I can virtually see the blue screen and know how all the trick scenes where made. Hitchcock was a sorcerer, wasn't he?!
Afterwards, I watched Friday the 13th for the first time. Not too bad, but still overrated, imho.
May 28th was my birthday and the family gave me several additions to my DVD collection. So I have watched the following;
3:10 To Yuma (recent version)
The Magnificent Seven
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly (Collector's edition, restored and re-edited)
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly uncut version with the cut scenes restored is definitely worth seeing. With the new scenes restored, the story makes more sense---especially Tuco's story.
"One time I was over there. One bathroom for nine people? And I never did see a toilet."
Of course this is a car, but my name's not Jack, it's Greg!
Identity Theft, it had its humorous moments.
Oh the Brady things I could talk about, but I won't.
Still watching City Streets with Gary Cooper. I watch about 30 minutes each morning of a movie, until it ends and then I start another one.
I can't just wake up and hear nothing in the morning.
Shane. Alan Ladd. Man, that guy couldn't even fake a punch, but it's still a great movie.
Silver Linings Playbook.
Very good movie.
Sad to see
DeNiro getting older.
Liked it a lot the first time. Second time, I could not finish it. Weird huh?
Kinda, but I understand. I guess I won't watch it a second time.
OZ The great and powerful
"High Walls" (1947) - Nice piece of post-war film noir starring Robert Taylor. Not exactly advertising for the mental health system at the time.
Last night I watched 'Ronin' and this wet afternoon I watched 'Casino Royal'
Saw Man of Steel today, quite enjoyed it in a blockbuster-y kinda way. Pretty humourless though, as you'd expect from Christopher Nolan. And Superman doesn't wear his pants on the outside on this occasion too.