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Latest Movie That You Watched!

Discussion in 'Other Movies' started by Lulu Parrot, Oct 31, 2013.

  1. Srbo

    Srbo Uber Member

    Whole bunch of stuff...
    Deleted Scenes
    Blooper Reel
    A Look Through the Keyhole
    Five Featurettes
    “Last Time Around”
    “The World Has Moved On…”
    “The Man in Black”
    “The Gunslinger in Action”
    “Stephen King Inspirations”....

    ...subtitles in various languages, I think there is "dubbed" feature on it too, didn`t try that, though...

    but I`ve only watched the movie so far, didn`t have time to go through the rest...
     
  2. grin willard

    grin willard Grin. Boasting a profile u could cut cheese with.

    You had me at Blooper Reel

     
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  3. grin willard

    grin willard Grin. Boasting a profile u could cut cheese with.

    When I first saw your post, I thought you meant this movie I saw on TCM.



    It has similarities, but was much older. Walter Brennan plays sort of niceguy escaped convict (lol). It was good! Really worth watching. In the clip you might notice a young John Carradine. Probably near the time of Grapes of Wrath. Wow, hard the believe Christopher Plummer was once an 'exciting new find'! This must have been before Sound of Music. He's been playing old guys for decades. This clip makes it out to be On The Waterfront in the swamp!

     
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  4. kingricefan

    kingricefan All-being, keeper of Space, Time & Dimension.

    The best blooper reel I ever saw was on Grumpy Old Men. Walter Matthau is hysterically funny!
     
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  5. do1you9love?

    do1you9love? Happy to be here!

    Burgess Meredith was pretty funny in that blooper reel, too, as I recall!;-D
     
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  6. kingricefan

    kingricefan All-being, keeper of Space, Time & Dimension.

    Yes, they both were too funny!
     
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  7. GNTLGNT

    GNTLGNT The idiot is IN

  8. kingricefan

    kingricefan All-being, keeper of Space, Time & Dimension.

    Thanks Scott! I needed this today! :lol:
     
  9. Connor B

    Connor B Well-Known Member

    Death Wish II
    My Best Fiend
     
  10. Paddy C

    Paddy C Well-Known Member

    FIX - documentary movie on Al Jourgenson and Ministry. Filmed in 96 and having watched it I wonder how Al survived this far!
     
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  11. wdb1124

    wdb1124 The Ayatollah of Rock And Rollah

    Wayne's World 2. I'm not ashamed. Sometimes you just need 90 minutes of mindless humor.
     
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  12. Neil W

    Neil W Well-Known Member

    More like the other side of the Atlantic - not everyone's from the USA, you know! :D I felt bum was every bit as apt, certainly as apt as Bisquick Pancake which, since I have no idea what it means, hardly seems very apt at all.

    And opinions are like bums (or butts, tails, money-makers and, presumably, Bisquick Pancakes) - everyone's got one, and no-one's has any more (or less) significance than anyone else's. I assume you got more out of BR2049 than I did, and that's great. Doesn't change my opinion of it being dreary, overlong, narratively obscure, and with a score to give you earache. There are those who think it was wonderful. Not me. And I'm not alone. Neither are you. Like I said, we all have bums.

    It never occurred to me to compare to any of those other films, the only one of which I have seen is the original Weekend At Bernie's. To be perfectly frank, that entertained me a great deal more than BR2049 (I thought Terry Kiser was brilliant).
     
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  13. Dynamo

    Dynamo Well-Known Member

    [​IMG]
     
  14. redman

    redman Well-Known Member

    The Disappointments Room. It's on Netflix check it out
     
  15. JMR

    JMR Well-Known Member

    I just watch the Babysitter with my son off of Netflix. I thought it was good and he like it to. Good old horror...Later tonight just for me a Cure for Wellness
     
  16. JMR

    JMR Well-Known Member

    Now for the Cure for Wellness. It was not that bad at all. I like it a lot. However you got to go in with a open mind. It got some old story twists in it just wrapped up in a new way. Really it not that gory it got only two parts in it that are gory, both are short. for 2 hour and 35 minute movie that not bad. It sort of the type of movie your either going to enjoy or hate.
     
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  17. Srbo

    Srbo Uber Member

    American Made.
    Nothing special, based on yet another true story, drugs and weapons smuggling, CIA, FBI, Pablo Escobar and of course, Tom Cruise.
    Wait for the DVD.
     
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  18. JMR

    JMR Well-Known Member

    I watch the Devil`s Candy last night. It was good. A slow brew horror movie..low gore and little twist at the end. Not bad thought.
     
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  19. Dana Jean

    Dana Jean Dirty Pirate Hooker Moderator

    I got to see the updated The Beguiled, the original being my favorite Clint Eastwood movie.

    This was absolutely horrible. They took a brilliant movie and destroyed it. Lots of big names in this, but I was seriously wounded and insulted by the remake.

    This movie was set during the civil war, but the remake sanitized it for today's politically correct audience. While some like to debate that if we tear down statues of confederate nitwits, we should censor books and movies that cover the same topic (and other topics that are not acceptable in this day and age) -- these are not the same thing and this is NOT the place to debate that. Hot Topic for sure.

    I will say, these things are very different and I felt the brutality of the time period that was in the first movie was totally lost in the second. The urgency and tension, gone. Along with some other questionable scenes regarding other hot button topics that made the first movie so good and commanded your attention.

    A good movie challenges you and makes you feel something. Anger, disgust, happiness, love, caring, hate etc... This remake made me feel nothing but boredom.
     
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  20. kingricefan

    kingricefan All-being, keeper of Space, Time & Dimension.

    But does Colin Farrell show his butt? ;-D
     
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