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What Movies Are You Watching Lately

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by edinatlanta, Nov 29, 2010.

  1. Ace_Face

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    I watched City Lights the other night with my kids. They liked Chaplin's Modern Times even better. That one is genius.
     
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    i need to watch that one too. thanks for the heads up!

    my first chaplin film was "in the gold rush". remarkable how good humor holds up
     
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    Flicking through and stumbled on Ferris. Still good :nodding:
     
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    Royal tenenbaums again! What a great script, the story is so dense without feeling overworked or suffocating. As good the second time
     
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    My kids love those silent films, at least the ones with plenty of slapstick in them. Hulu has quite a few Buster Keaton and Harold Lloyd movies in their repertoire. They also like the Laurel & Hardy shorts, which a local channel here airs at 6am on Sundays.
     
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    All kinds of great old comedy you can introduce to them. I've found that kids love Martin and Lewis, Abbott and Costello and Don Knotts.

    lefty
     
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    Continuing on the Chaplin kick, we watched The Kid this morning.
     
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    The Kid is such a good movie, yesterday I saw Inside Man by spike lee,
     
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    [VIDEO]www.youtube.com/watch?v=apCEYPI56II[/VIDEO] Finally caught the sequel: equally grand and surprising, and completely inspirational from a Malcolm Gladwell/10,000 hours POV.
     
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    Quite good.
     
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    Watched the first half of Swiss Family Robinson with my sons. They immediately asked for us to move into a tree house.
     
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    Yeah saw The Rover too. Better than I expected. Guy Pearce is awesome as always
     
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    oh shit, wizzeak is on the rover bandwagon. need to put in queue
     
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    Deer Hunter, what a magnificent movie.
     
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    The Rover, I didn´t like it too much
     
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    So good. Just. So. Good.
     
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    bro, so amazing and good, im resisting the urge to watch again today. this is definitely my favorite film of his. could you recommend something as good? i liked budapest, fantastic fox, moonrise etc, but this one takes the cake
     
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    I think right now Tenenbaums and Budapest are tied for me. Have you seen The Life Aquatic, Rushmore and Darjeeling Limited? Not as good as the Tenenbaums and Budapest imo, but certainly worth watching. I like Darjeeling best of those of those three I think, if only for the music. If you like awkward moments, Rushmore is a must see. Its painfully good.


    Still need to see Bottle Rocket.
     

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