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    Ford v Ferrari. Real good movie I thought, great sound editing and action cinematography. Also 2 of the best actors around.

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    Doing Time on Maple Drive;

    Very moving.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doing_Time_on_Maple_Drive
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    Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (1988)

    Was expecting 80s B-Grade Schmuck, it was actually really clever and fun!
    7.7/10

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    THE BRAVE ONE. a good one!

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    When Harry Met Sally (1989)

    Solid, if not a masterpiece.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CypressWillow View Post
    There are those who don't like chocolate.

    There are those who don't see anything in the eyes of a dog.

    There are those who don't like the scent of a rose.

    There are those who don't enjoy waking up to the first snowfall of the year.

    And there are those who simply don't get Chopin.

    Pity.

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    Elvira Madigan (1967)

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    From Here to Eternity.
    Never seen it before, fantastic acting.
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    Yesterday - The Charge of the Light Brigade (1968).

    As fitting for a film released during an era of widespread civil unrest this had an anti-war slant. The focus is on the inertia and overall uselessness of the British High Command during the Crimean War of the 1850s, another of those nasty little conflicts that would have been better avoided. Then there was the brutal treatment of the troops themselves - living in squalid barracks and spending most of their time cleaning rather than actually learning how to fight. One Sergeant-Major of the 11th Hussars received 50 lashes and demotion to trooper because he refused to obey Lord Cardigan's command to spy on an officer. Many of the scenes are punctuated with animations mocking the jingoistic mood of the nation.

    Still, at least the uniforms were dazzling (especially if you didn't die in them).

    '...a violator of his word, a libertine over head and ears in debt and disgrace, a despiser of domestic ties, the companion of gamblers and demireps, a man who has just closed half a century without a single claim on the gratitude of his country or the respect of posterity...' - Leigh Hunt on the Prince Regent (later George IV).

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    Real Genius

    “Classic” 80s camp.
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    Last edited by Tchaikov6; Nov-20-2019 at 00:52.
    Quote Originally Posted by CypressWillow View Post
    There are those who don't like chocolate.

    There are those who don't see anything in the eyes of a dog.

    There are those who don't like the scent of a rose.

    There are those who don't enjoy waking up to the first snowfall of the year.

    And there are those who simply don't get Chopin.

    Pity.

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    ^schmuck ?
    "I left TC for a hiatus, but since no-one noticed my absence, I came back again."

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacLeod View Post
    ^schmuck ?
    we'll go with "camp" instead.
    Quote Originally Posted by CypressWillow View Post
    There are those who don't like chocolate.

    There are those who don't see anything in the eyes of a dog.

    There are those who don't like the scent of a rose.

    There are those who don't enjoy waking up to the first snowfall of the year.

    And there are those who simply don't get Chopin.

    Pity.

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Th...ir_(1968_film)
    The Thomas Crown affair
    Not that horrible remake .
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    ^Hey now, some of us love the Brosnan version!

    The best movie I've seen recently is Abominable. I'm currently about 30 minutes in to Journey to the Center of the Earth (the older version).

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    Must see .
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