Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Bushman5, Feb 27, 2018.
I need to watch it again to answer some questions I still have.
Yes it is one that you need to unpack a few times to get your head around. I also laugh hysterically every time I watch that scene where the old dear in the house cranks up the gramophone and THAT song comes on....it kind of reacquaints you to the date setting...
And the bad guy uses a Para FAL, one of my favourite rifles so there is that as well !
Wife and I started introducing each other to movies we remember from our childhood.
Last night was ‘Spencer’s Mountain’, her choice.
Tonight was ‘Follow Me, Boys.’ My choice.
Grand isle with Nicholas Cage. Not his best movie but not his worst either.
Beyond the law 2019. What a shocker, Steven Segal still can't act and still has the same one move lol.
Ok, someone needs to tell Hollywood to stop hiring Bruce Willis for any more movies. Yet again a horribly acted movie, trauma center
The long kiss goodnight. Not a family safe movie but a good one i say.
........ love that movie !!!!!! And Gina just makes me giddy !!
“Twelfth Night” directed by Kenneth Branagh.
Before that one, my wife and I watched “Atomic Blonde,” “The Duelist,” “Eastern Promises,” and “Hanna.”
Eastern Promises is good, as is Atomic Blonde.
Just got back from the new Star Wars. If you're not into Star Wars, no need to go. If you were 12 in 1977 and saw the first one in the theater multiple times, it's a must. Overall, very good and does well wrapping up the major story lines.
The Peanut Butter Falcon.
It was really good.
Just watched private lessons and now onto this.
Watched "Payback" with Mel Gibson (from 1999) again last night. Still a decent watch.
Excellent movie! I'm not sure how I missed this one.
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