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Thread: What was the last film you watched?

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    "You should only listen to yourself. That’s your only job, really, as an artist. Even if you’re completely wrong, that’s what an artist does, listen to one’s self."

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    After Cunningham's book, great acting.

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    I was expecting this to be a bit better to be honest.
    "You should only listen to yourself. That’s your only job, really, as an artist. Even if you’re completely wrong, that’s what an artist does, listen to one’s self."

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    Very good acting/ plot.

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    Maurice (1987)

    A beautiful Merchant & Ivory film. I forgot that I had seen it, but it was worth watching again. and Hugh Grant so young.
    Last edited by Biwa; Aug-09-2019 at 05:30.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biwa View Post
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    Maurice (1987)

    A beautiful Merchants & Ivory film. I forgot that I had seen it, but it was worth watching again. and Hugh Grant so young.
    I remember seeing it in the movies, programmed in the smallest viewing room at the very top of the building.
    Nevertheless , outstanding.

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    With the most romantic movie kiss ever.....

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    Rocketman -- the Elton John 2019 biopic. Presentation of his childhood is revealing, including the vital role of classical piano lessons. I didn't realize how out-of-control he was for some years. Liked the way his songwriting partnership with Bernie Taupin was portrayed -- that is inspiring!

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    Fascinating watching.

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    Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind (2018)

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    Tarantino's best movie


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogerx View Post


    Adaptation from Wilde's novel.
    The book was better .

    I LOVE this book, the movie wasn't bad either.

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    I watched Dancer in the Dark recently and loved it, very good film. I love movies that feel like life itself!

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    The Dogs of War (1980)

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bel_Ami_(2012_film)

    I give it 2 and a half star, for trying.
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