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What Was The Last Movie You Watched?

Stearmen

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I will be there with my sons that have been riding since they were 4 and now they are 22 and 14....my oldest just placed 1st place in the 250 series after being off the bike for 2 yrs for school...(proud moment!)He was also gifted his grandfathers Harley for graduation and now he is high rollin on the roads..lol! I myself grew up riding dirt bikes and the passenger on the back of a Harley,, so I'm feeling the love of this movie!!<<:) can't wait to see it,,oh yeah another thing,,,my church parking lot is filled with motorcycles every Sunday!!>>>

That is great Babygirl. They will definitely enjoy it, and it is a family movie, with a strong family theme at the end.
 

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'The Woman In Question' (1950)

With Jean Kent, Dirk Bogarde & Susan Shaw. A splendid film in which Jean Kent plays the same character in five different versions of the same events - from the varying perspectives of potential witnesses to her murder.
 

Tomasso

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'The Woman In Question' (1950) A splendid film in which Jean Kent plays the same character in five different versions of the same events - from the varying perspectives of potential witnesses to her murder.
That sounds interesting.
 

Gregg Axley

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VintageTink, my wife is used to comments like that.
She's even making them after 11yrs of marriage.
Plus too much MST3K can have that effect on a person.
If there is such a thing as too much Joel and Mike. :eeek:
 

Wally_Hood

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About a week ago, Clear and Present Danger.

Last night, The Gazebo from 1959, with Glenn Ford, Debbie Reynolds, and Carl Reiner. It's really funny~ we cracked up with this one. Who knew Glenn Ford could do comedy this well? Interestingly, it's a CinemaScope film in black and white.
 

Horace Debussy Jones

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I quite agree. A very watchable WW2 flick. Just watched Into the White. The story of a British and German aircrew who shoot each other down over Norway and are forced to work together to survive.
"Soldiers and Saints" - B-Minus - Great underrated film. Only low production values kept it from being a solid "B"! Some may quibble with the overt and sometimes forced religious underpinnings of the film but taken simply as an adventure/war story it's pretty darn good. Available through Netflix.

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