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    Magnolia, by P.T. Anderson. I loved The Master and There Will Be Blood, and I'd heard so many good things about this movie that I had to check it out. My dad said he hated it and that it was almost unwatchable, but I found myself entranced. It's long at 3 hours, but with all the characters and storylines it couldn't be any shorter and be coherent. Great, great movie with a really powerfully surreal finale.

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    Saw this one other day. Interesting UK film from the 50's with some great acting and camera work.

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    "Bits 'n pieces" of Halloween I - V. I miss Donald Pleasence (Dr. Sam Loomis), who was unsuccessful with Michael.

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    I miss Donald Pleasence myself...great actor who played so many different roles.

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    Billy Wilder's Avanti!



    Poor screenplay ... Boring movie!
    Andrea: "Unglücklich das Land, das keine Helden hat!"
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    Galilei: "Nein. Unglücklich das Land, das Helden nötig hat."
    (Brecht, Leben des Galilei, 13)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clovis View Post
    For some reason, that reminded me of this...

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    Lots of shame to go around, I guess.

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    Beautiful ! Beautiful !
    Andrea: "Unglücklich das Land, das keine Helden hat!"
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    Galilei: "Nein. Unglücklich das Land, das Helden nötig hat."
    (Brecht, Leben des Galilei, 13)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Il_Penseroso View Post


    Beautiful ! Beautiful !
    One of the better early Paramount films but I enjoy anything with Miriam Hopkins and Fay Francis in it. They are just fabulous!

    We watched A Hard Days Night. It's been several years since I last saw it and I always enjoy it every time. It's the best of the Beatles films in my opinion. It does a good job of not only capturing Beatlemania but it's really a time capsule of 60s pop culture. And to top it off it's a very well directed and artistic film and stands the test of time because of that.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Pearson View Post
    We watched A Hard Days Night. It's been several years since I last saw it and I always enjoy it every time. It's the best of the Beatles films in my opinion. It does a good job of not only capturing Beatlemania but it's really a time capsule of 60s pop culture. And to top it off it's a very well directed and artistic film and stands the test of time because of that.



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    Never had a chance to see "A Hard Day's Night" but I guess it's better than the later film "Help!" which I didn't like at all.
    Anyway I think the album itself - seperated from the film - is faboulus. I still adore "A Hard Day's Night" and the melancholic "And I Love Her". I even made a piano solo arrangement of both songs in a more classical manner, (sigh) oh my... looks like a hundred years ago
    Andrea: "Unglücklich das Land, das keine Helden hat!"
    ...
    Galilei: "Nein. Unglücklich das Land, das Helden nötig hat."
    (Brecht, Leben des Galilei, 13)

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