What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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  1. MyOtherLife

    MyOtherLife Senior member

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    The 'ladies tushy' is correct, for it did not belong to actress Jean Triplehorn, but to her body double.
    Dennis Hopper is also in this movie playing...well..Dennis Hopper but he's always good for laughs. Thankfully, no Dennis tushy.
     


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    Looper. Good.
     


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    Very good. Was not expecting a lot, but really enjoyed that movie.
     


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    watched The Master last night...wife fell asleep in the middle, i was glued to the TV. PSH was incredible....JP as well. Such great acting.
     


  5. munchausen

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    She was like 43 in that movie. Those are some good genes she's got.
     


  6. gort

    gort Senior member

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    Had a snow day yesterday, watched these:

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1405365/

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    Ok, kind of depressing. Not my choice but the barter with the fiancée was I watch a romcom if I get to watch Skyfall. So, that said, up next was Skyfal. Which I thought was pretty awesome.
     


  7. Harold falcon

    Harold falcon Senior member

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    I rather enjoyed that film for what it was. Not really sure I'd characterize it as a romcom.
     


  8. in stitches

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    noap. but i just added to my netflix queue.


    added to queue as well.


    loved that. superb ending.
     


  9. in stitches

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    atention : lefty and harvey

    watched to kill a mockingbird last night. unbelievable good. tremendously powerful and stirring on a great many levels. and the way the film weaves together the story of the children and the adults into one was just amazing. loved the narration as well, perfection. what an awesome movie.

    also watched some of the bonus features with gregory peck. would have watched them all if it wasnt 2AM. he seems like a very interesting person. a real stand up guy.

    thanks for making me watch that. im better off for it.
     


  10. Harold falcon

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    Glad you enjoyed it Stitcherrific--it's one of my favourites.

    Another great film Peck was in--although in my opinion he's upstaged by Danny Devito--is Other People's Money. Also the original Cape Fear and Guns of Navarone are quite enjoyable.
     


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    :cheers:

    will add those as well. thanks!
     


  12. mktitsworth

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    My favorite old-Hollywood stand up guy remains Jimmy Stewart.
     


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    I need to start charging for this stuff.

    Since someone mentioned Stewart, and you're on a political bend, check out Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, stitch. It's as Capra as Capra gets and has the great Jean Arthur in probably her best role. There's a scene where Stewart meets Paine's daughter and Capra moves the camera to a CU of Stewart's hat as he nervously fumbles with it. It is an absolutely brilliant bit of business.
    Here at 1:09: http://www.tcm.com/mediaroom/video/...ton-Movie-Clip-The-Man-On-The-Front-Page.html

    lefty
     


  14. mktitsworth

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    James Stewart films stitch should see if he hasn't already:

    Vertigo
    Rear Window
    The Man Who Knew Too Much
    Harvey (The 1950 version)
    Bell Book and Candle
    The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence
    The Philadelphia Story
    Cheyenne Social Club
     


  15. munchausen

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    Also The Naked Spur
     


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