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anyone can please suggest a light movie from 1950s-1960s in the mood of "To catch a thief"
(can't be Charade because ive already seen :P )

 

Not sure how similar these are, but they might be fun enough for you.

 

Secret of the Incas

 

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

 

The Americanization of Emily

 

The Lavender Hill Mob

 

The Court Jester

 

Scaramouche

 

Some Like It Hot

 

Lover Come Back

 

North by Northwest

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thanks i will look into these smile.gif
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'Some Like It Hot'.

Or 'Rear Window' for more Grace or 'North by Northwest' for more Grant (rewatched both recently - they're great) or maybe 'Bringing up Baby' also for more Grant (don't really remember this one).

Edit: I can see the mouse was faster on the ball with a couple of those.
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+1 for bringing up baby also philadelphia story (those are circa 1940 if that matters)
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meanwhile I finished Brazil directors cut I started last week and wow just wow, incredible movie

thanks again for recommendations guys, ill get back to you when I watch some of them
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meanwhile I finished Brazil directors cut I started last week and wow just wow, incredible movie
 

 

 

I watched both this and 1984 (with John Hurt and Richard Burton) when I was in high school and they blew my mind. 

 

The book of 1984 was depressing enough but it was even worse watching it on film - the grimy, dreary, stress-filled life under Big Brother. 

 

I also remember watching Blue Velvet on TV one Saturday evening when I was in grade 9 or 10 and that freaked me out. 

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The book of 1984 was depressing enough but it was even worse watching it on film - the grimy, dreary, stress-filled life under Big Brother...


And even worse watching your high school history teacher squirm under students' pressing concerns: Were there any razors in dystopia?
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Enjoy this.

"Would it help?"
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Get Carter - Mike Hodges (1971)

 

 

 

Cynical gangster returns to Newcastle to find out about his brothers death and ends up in big trouble.

 

I liked this; the filming and the acting and the way architecture is incorporated. Not bad script either. Nice suit, as well.

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Obv I loved this. Book too. Lol
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Slow me didn't see that coming. :-D

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Interesting from both a visual and techno paranoia perspective about transglobal conglomerates and the quest for power.

Liked the influence of Barbra Kruger's artworks on the political commentary and adds.

Good direction and solid performances from Washington and Schreiber. Streep was masterfully weird as Queen Jocasta.

Solid remake given some contemporary political twists and stands up well against the original.
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Hasn't got a prayer of being as groundbreaking as the original but could still possibly turn out to be a great flick nonetheless.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/T2_(2017_film)
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^I'm sceptical to this.... The original was very good, and after so many years.. Well, need to see it. Maybe they come up with something new.

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Another good one.

I want to see Tom Hardy play the Joker. (Yes I know he played Bane already.)
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