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    Dead Poets Society (1989)

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    This is a classic imv, hilarious, anarchic and riotous pathos....eventually making you feel all fuzzy and happy. J-Law (as she's known) won an Oscar for her performance, but Bradley Cooper is also excellent.

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    Sit back and just watch, very nice for a cold summer evening.

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    Uncle Buck (1989)

    Another delightful throwback to 1989. And another wonderful comedian, John Candy, who left us too soon.

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    A Quiet Place (2018)

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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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    Quote Originally Posted by Bwv 1080 View Post
    Tarantino's best movie

    How was it? I can't wait to go see it, hopefully next week!
    The Brain - is wider than the Sky

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    Taps (1981)

    Considering the unrealistic nature of the plot, this movie works surprisingly well due largely to the solid performances of the young cast. George C. Scott also has a few memorable lines about retirement, golf, condos, etc.. .

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    Actually, I haven't watched it for years, but I'm thinking about it!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kieran View Post
    How was it? I can't wait to go see it, hopefully next week!
    Thought it was his best movie

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    Quote Originally Posted by KenOC View Post
    Actually, I haven't watched it for years, but I'm thinking about it!

    Actually I DID watch it a few months ago when it was shown on my movie channel. The sets, costumes, and special effects certainly show their age, but in a good way. Interesting futuristic story and social commentary on various themes: AI, immortality, genetic engineering, etc... And where else can one see Sean Connery battle with Charlotte Rampling. LOL!!!

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    Neutral on this film maker

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogerx View Post



    Neutral on this film maker
    i like it!!

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    Alita: Battle Angel (2019)
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    I enjoyed it more than I expected.

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    I stayed in yesterday and was a couch potato - TMC was running a bunch of Errol Flynn movies - Captain Blood, The Sea Hawk, The Santa Fe Trail, Elizabeth and Essex and more. What great movie making! None too long, no gratuitous sex, some violence but it didn't dwell on the gore - no blood of course. And then there were the great, great music scores by Korngold, Waxman, Steiner...boy could they make wonderful movies in those days. No computer graphics, no obsession with special effects. Just great story telling.

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    Moderatedly entertaining but so PC as to be unbelievably irritating by the end. Bruce Springsteen fans will like it better than I did no doubt.

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