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    Mandy, starring Nicolas Cage

    Easily the best movie of the year lol.

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    Trading Places (1983)
    Directed by: John Landis
    Starring: Dan Aykroyd & Eddie Murphy

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    I like movies. Don't care much for films.
    How did I become a senior member? I only recently figured out where the restrooms are.

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    A wonderful movie.


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    Very, very entertaining.
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    The Right Stuff (1983)
    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0086197/

    great movie about the beginnings of the American space program (mainly the Project Mercury). 3.5 hours in lenth, but is so well made that it does not bore and one learns a lot of new stuff. Has a great soundtrack from Bill Conti too
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JswnvrkYzxk

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    The follow up from post 7535.
    Good and strong follow up.
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    Theory of Obscurity: A Film About the Residents (2015)
    Directed by: Don Hardy Jr.

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    We where watching: White .
    two more to go.
    ( Blue / Rouge)
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    Cromwell (1970)
    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0065593/
    a historic film about the English civil war. Quite good, especially the costumes and acting of the two protagonists (Cromwell and the English king). Cromwell was painted very positively here, but from what I read he is rather a controversion figure.
    had a good sountrack as well
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o34Y1m8EREY

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacck View Post
    Cromwell (1970)
    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0065593/
    a historic film about the English civil war. Quite good, especially the costumes and acting of the two protagonists (Cromwell and the English king). Cromwell was painted very positively here, but from what I read he is rather a controversion figure.
    had a good sountrack as well
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o34Y1m8EREY
    I saw that fairly recently, and was sufficiently impressed to buy the DVD (although it did strike me as being rather revisionist in depicting him as the one honest man). The score is by Frank Cordell.
    Last edited by JAS; Sep-24-2018 at 20:36.

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    I've watched four films recently,

    "My Old Lady", with Maggie Smith, Kristin Scott Thomas, and Kevin Kline, written & directed by American playwright Israel Horovitz. I'd say the script is the finest, most profound writing I've seen from Horovitz to date. & the acting is genius--especially from Dame Maggie (as usual). The critics didn't understand this film. It's brilliant, IMO. The Mosaic covenant in the flesh. Were they expecting a comedy?

    On a lighter note, I then watched "The Very Thought of You", a romantic English comedy set in London, starring Monica Potter, Joseph Fiennes, Rupert Sewell, Ray Winstone, and Tom Hollander. Not a great film, but reasonably entertaining, & the actors were all funny & charming. Just the sort of 2nd rate fluff I like to watch occasionally...

    Then, onto another comedy-- "While you Were Sleeping", starring Sandra Bullock, Bill Pullman, Jack Warden, and Peter Gallagher. A very good romantic comedy, set in the Windy City, with more than a few laughs.

    Finally, I watched Michael Radford's film, "B. Monkey", starring Asia Argento, Jared Harris, Rupert Everett, and Jonathan Rhys Meyers. I liked this 'off the radar' film. Good script, & well acted.
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    Titus (1999)
    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120866/
    a fascinating adaptation of Shakespeare's first tragedy Titus Andronicus

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    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2378507/
    The Glass Castle.
    Like the book better .
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