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Sadly not always :-( Admittedly I do catch myself watching a good deal of dreg, though I'm getting better at turning it off when it dawns on me. Just finished this: Seems to be a rather faithful adaptation, but uneven with some slightly kitchy (and not very efficient) attempts at horror. As always, nice to see Colin Firth. I think I'll blame this recent bout of mediocrity on the local Netflix library ;-)
Hit up a couple of movies on Netflix at a friend's: First this: Unbelievably bad. Should have hit up RT first (11%). Needed a classic to cleanse the palate, so this followed: To my surprise I could remember most of the dialogue, even though it's been 20+ years since I last saw it. Still fun.
Really? I never warmed to it. Sadly means I'll have to admire the Speedy from afar. And the Reversos I like...
Assuming it's just the leather parts, couldn't this be remedied with some brown polish?
No idea, stole the pic from the net :-)Here's another nice one:A 1600, a 116200 and a 16200.
Actually (and I know this is the wrong thread to admit this) but I've found that manual wind isn't for me, so I wouldn't really want it (just sold my PAM too). I still love this one, though: For the experts, where these ever made with a white dial or was it always silver?
No, but I'll take it
Alright, found some pics on a Turkish forum. Was expecting to prefer the darker colour as I think the lighter one almost looks too bright in some of the well lit pics, but in all the comparison shots I found I actually like the lighter one more. Also, the thinner logo font is more appealing to me on the lighter one.Now, if they'd just slap a white date dial in the 2012 model (with the numbers font from the 5402), I'd have a Grail
Are there any comparison pics of the colour difference floating around?
It also had Sofia Coppola (well, they all had; but in a major role), before she realised she was better on the other side of the camera.
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