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    I just watch Hercules, gotta say pretty entertaining.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Guardians of the Galaxy. It was entertaining and fun. I really liked it

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    I saw it today too, I really enjoyed it.
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    Gloria. It was on the verge of being too artsy, but I enjoy films themed on more ordinary people. Need to make sure I've got a good nights sleep before I watch anything that's subtitled.
    The most expensive bike in the world is still cheaper than the cheapest open heart surgery.

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    Mrs Doubtfire....

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    Despite an intention to get a lot of work done this weekend ...

    The Flying Scotsman (2006) - IMDb

    Insomnia (2002) - IMDb

    and Encore had a Robin Williams marathon going
    One Hour Photo (2002) - IMDb
    Good Will Hunting (1997) - IMDb
    Awakenings (1990) - IMDb
    But if you close your eyes it becomes so easy to see

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    Dawn of the Planet of the Apes-- Loved it
    Lucy--- Sucked in my opinion. I thought the story was terrible and weak acting

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    The wolf of wall street, overt the top, very entertaining. Kinda cross between Good Fellas and Casino. I'm buying a blueray

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    Name the last movie you watched

    Movies I've watched the last couple of days on the iPad as I'm traveling for work.

    Monty Python and the Holy Grail.

    Divergent - I enjoyed it except for the ending that obviously sets up for the next film.

    Men in Black 3 - much better than I thought it would be.

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    Name the last movie you watched

    Two more movies I watch on the plane home.

    Pirate Radio
    Captain Philips

    Very much enjoyed both. Captain Philips had me in tears at the end. Incredible performance by Hanks and the other actors.

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    Fargo. I've seen it a million times. I was channel surfing and saw that it was on. I wasn't going to watch the whole thing but before I knew it, Steve Buscemi was face down in a wood chipper and it was over.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mookie View Post
    Fargo. I've seen it a million times. I was channel surfing and saw that it was on. I wasn't going to watch the whole thing but before I knew it, Steve Buscemi was face down in a wood chipper and it was over.
    Love Fargo, ya? The one I see all the time is the hunt for the red October. Love that movie. I love submarine movies, but the only annoying thing about them is the crush depth, almost all submarine movies have to put one in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimi1885 View Post
    Love Fargo, ya? The one I see all the time is the hunt for the red October. Love that movie. I love submarine movies, but the only annoying thing about them is the crush depth, almost all submarine movies have to put one in.
    Big Hunt for Red October fan here as well. I used to watch it every time it came on TV. At some point I stopped watching so that I can view it "fresh" at some point in the future. I'm a fan of submarine movies for sure, if done right you can have a suspenseful story. Lol, crush depth - yup that's a staple of sub movies all right.
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    The Fugitive.

    Forgot how good it was.

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    The original war on coal

    Matewan (1987) - IMDb

    The miners lost and are still losing. The difference is that now they're confused about who it is they're really at war with.
    But if you close your eyes it becomes so easy to see

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    ^^ That's the truth, wv bob.
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    I just watched Ronin yesterday. I have it on DVD. Great movie with a couple of great car chases in it too.
    Ronin (1998) - IMDb

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNormsk View Post
    I firmly believe that the car chases in Ronin are the greatest of all time ever! Period.
    +1 better than "Bullitt"
    But if you close your eyes it becomes so easy to see

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zomby Woof (MCM700) View Post
    I just watched Ronin yesterday. I have it on DVD. Great movie with a couple of great car chases in it too.
    Ronin (1998) - IMDb
    I firmly believe that the car chases in Ronin are the greatest of all time ever! Period.

    No CGI in that film. What you saw was what you got. I remember seeing a vid on the car chase scenes and they actors were in the cars during the scenes and were apparently terrified. Also I seem to recall that a couple of crashes weren't actually intentional and that they decided to leave them in the film.

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    The Wild Bunch. Mentioned in a western movie thread recently, then right on cue, it was available on one of the cable networks. Takes its time moving things along. 2.5 hours in all. Don't remember westerns of that vintage having a psycho quite like that guy in the bank holdup early in the movie. Perv sticking his tongue in that ladies ear, making them sing and dance, etc... Effective for getting the point across I guess. Earnest Borgnine looked old even 45 years ago. Grittier than the other westerns I've seen that were made in the 1965 - 1975 timeframe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNormsk View Post
    I firmly believe that the car chases in Ronin are the greatest of all time ever! Period.

    No CGI in that film. What you saw was what you got. I remember seeing a vid on the car chase scenes and they actors were in the cars during the scenes and were apparently terrified. Also I seem to recall that a couple of crashes weren't actually intentional and that they decided to leave them in the film.
    Definitely, they were most awesome! I remember a show about film making back then that had told about the car chases and how they recorded the correct engine sounds for audio accuracy too. Back then Discovery Channel had a series called Movie Magic that I saw it on. But the chase scene in Bullit is still tops too.

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    But if you close your eyes it becomes so easy to see

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