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    Quote Originally Posted by perempe View Post

    I Am Not a Serial Killer (2016)
    Two Christopher Lloyd movies, the plot is much more interesting in this one.
    Watched I'm Not a Serial Killer. Has to be one of the weirder movies I've watched. Not sure what to make of it, but it was entertaining enough.
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    Rewatched Arrival (2016) on Amazon Prime - still 9/10.

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    Kangaroo.

    What is that?

    In 1770, Captain James Cook's ship ran aground off the coast of Australia and he led a party into the country and they met the Aboriginal people. One of the Sailors pointed at the animals that hop around and put their babies in their pouch, and he asked what they were and the Aboriginie said Kangaroo.

    And the point is?

    It wasn't later until they learned that kangaroo means I don't understand.
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    I agree, Phil.


    Brittany Runs a Marathon (2019)
    Not a bad movie, but way too american for me.


    Villmark (Dark Woods, 2003)
    From the early digital era (cinematography-wise), average. I watch movies like this because I swim open water a lot.
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    Tamara Drewe
    2010 ‧ Komedie/Romantiek ‧ 1 u 51 m

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamara_Drewe_(film)
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    I don't normally enjoy preposterous action movies, but the mind-bending sci-fi aspects were certainly intriguing, if wildly confusing!


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    The Searchers
    Starring John Wayne and Natalie Wood
    Directed by John Ford

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    The Hunt.
    Mozart's 23rd Piano Concerto plays an interesting and substantive role there.
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    Rid i natt.

    Swedish film from 1942 based on the novel by Vilhelm Moberg from 1942 about a peasant rebellion in the 17:th century.
    The novel was written as a reaction against the German occupation of Norway and Denmark at the same time. But the film have qualities beside of that:

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    The Longest Day (film)



    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Longest_Day_(film)






    On the day we remember the fallen in WW II by hands of the Nazi's
    lots of movies on different channels .
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    War winter/ Dutch winter, a epos about the story during WWII
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Kenneth View Post
    Namak Haram (1973)
    starring Amitabh Bachchan, Rajesh Khanna & Rekha

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    I read Hindi, but going by the poster it's about two guys, a girl, a truck, and a dead body in the road.

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    The Shining
    Remarkable
    When all else fails, listen to Thick as a Brick.

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    Phantom (2013)

    A decent navy action film similar to Hunt for the Red October.
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    The New Mutants. Curious and quite absorbing.
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