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    The Wandering Jew (1933)

    Great film with a wonderful performance by Conrad Veidt

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    The Sum of All Fears - Morgan Freeman, Ben Affleck. Jack Ryan tale. Not too bad.
    "...it is said that first your heart sings, then you play. I think if it is not like that, then it is only just combination of notes, isn't it? " - Pandit Nikhil Banerjee, Master of the Sitar.

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    “Never argue with an idiot. They will drag you down to their level and beat you with experience.” ― Mark Twain

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    Was a very good movie until the end. A realistic, well told, well produced story until this unrealistic ending that had a supernatural (for lack of better word) event at the end that just ruined the entire movie. My wife looked at each other and said, "What the hell was that?"

    2 out of 5 stars. Would have been 4 to 4-1/2 stars if it wasn't for that end.

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    Streamed 'Eternal Beauty' last night. An off the wall look at depression and schizophrenia with some weird laughs and bittersweet moments. Don't let me put anyone off though, it was a great, gutsy film and Sally Hawkins was spectacular.

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    "Victim", 1961 (Director Basil Dearden) starring Dirk Bogarde. A very good film about covert homosexuality in Britain in the period when it was against the law. It's a bit of a who-dunnit as well:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s2xUteY_emM

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    Quote Originally Posted by perempe View Post
    Uhhhmmmm.... any commentary? Was it good, bad, amazing, horrendous, did it make you laugh or cry, or want to burn a building down? Did it make you want to plant a garden or sell all your possessions and become a Buddhist monk? Something, anything?

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    I dont like remakes but this one was oddly funny, in its own right, in a creepy kinda way

    8/10
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    That image reminds me of this: great score by Schnittke!!!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKuMJL1qdnw

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    Bohemian Rhapsody
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    Last film I saw at the theatre:

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    Great film. And a must for any teacher

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    Whisper of the Heart.

    Pictures and animation: 11/10. Amazing! Captures the environment like an impressionist painting.
    Story: 1/10. Sucks! Absolutely hate Miyazaki's stories. Very preachy, unsubtle, and just plain boring to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Varick View Post
    Uhhhmmmm.... any commentary? Was it good, bad, amazing, horrendous, did it make you laugh or cry, or want to burn a building down? Did it make you want to plant a garden or sell all your possessions and become a Buddhist monk? Something, anything?

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    It was recommended in another forum. It's a well-known movie, and I can recommend it too. It made me laugh more than today's comedies. Interesting fact that I did not recognised the music despite I had heard Peer Gynt suites a couple days earlier in a concert.

    I won't post movies I can't recommend.
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