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Rented blu ray from redbox. I had never heard of the movie, but I watched the trailer and thought I would like it... and I did


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Probably one of my top 5 horror films I have. The short comic relief is off, but I guess its cultural. If you can take subtitles its a good watch. Good tension and writing. Slightly long in the tooth but not enough to be detrimental.



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Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines (1965) - Ken Annakin directs. Stuart Whitman, Sarah Miles, Terry-Thomas, Robert Morley, James Fox, Gert Fröbe, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Benny Hill and Red Skelton.


A little nostalgia movie viewing last night, watched streaming on iTunes. The film was photographed in 65/70mm Todd-AO. The sound elements used were the original 35mm 6-track mag masters mixed to a 5.1 mix for the video edition. I originally saw the Cinerama roadshow version in 1965, there were quite a few roadshow movies in the 60's. The streaming version includes the roadshow intro and intermission. If you like early period aircraft this is a film you'll want to see. Funny and enjoyable movie.

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The Infiltrator (2016) Cable TV Directed by Brad Furman. Cinematography by Joshua Reis. Editing by Luis Carballar, Jeff McEvoy, David Rosenbloom ('Rudy', 'Primal Fear', 'The Insider', 'Friday Night Lights', 'Black Mass').

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The Place Beyond the Pines

Watched on BluRay - I’ve seen it once or twice before and it’s been years since I’ve seen it. Highly recommended.



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Watched on BluRay - I’ve seen it once or twice before and it’s been years since I’ve seen it. Highly recommended.



Good opening scene. Brought back many carny smells and sounds, particularly the fumes and noise from the motorcycle "Globe of Death".

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Good opening scene. Brought back many carny smells and sounds, particularly the fumes and noise from the motorcycle "Globe of Death".



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Yes! As mentioned a few posts ago in this thread, I recently upgraded my AVR & TV - I was blown away by the opening scene and how immersive it was.
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Knute Rockne All American (1940)
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Knute Rockne , innovator of the forward pass !!!

The Knute Rockne legend is largely founded on this Lloyd Bacon biography, in which Pat O'Brien stars as the sainted Notre Dame football coach. In his most famous role, Ronald Reagan plays star quarterback George Gipp, who utters the immortal line "Win one for the Gipper!"



Rock's speech in front of the college athletics evaluation committee was just outstanding, and the stock footage of the old games is even to this day some great football. Fabulous sports biography .

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Knute Rockne , innovator of the forward pass !!!

The Knute Rockne legend is largely founded on this Lloyd Bacon biography, in which Pat O'Brien stars as the sainted Notre Dame football coach. In his most famous role, Ronald Reagan plays star quarterback George Gipp, who utters the immortal line "Win one for the Gipper!"

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Great motivator, Knute. Contrary to yesterday's Texas Longhorns Tom Herman pregame "roof-raiser"--"I couldn't sleep all week, wanting to see you guys play today." The Longhorns won anyway.
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Finishing off the Rush Hour Series of Movies we watched Rush Hour 3 Saturday night It was fun and quite fun to see all of the popular actors and actress in the film. Starting off with the 2 girls in the car wreck.
The film flowed well for the most part and completed the series (For Now) we hold our breath for Rush Hour 4 now 12 years later.
all 3 films are in cinema-scope and offer a very nice sound and good use of surround and effects.
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To add to our Sunday Movie watching we enjoyed watching another older Jackie Chan Movie called "Jackie Chan First Strike".
A comedy and Bond type of copy movie. Very funny in some parts even the Dub areas of speech are fun. Good fighting and stunt work with a simple story. You can tell all of the work they put into each fight scene and the time it took as well as the ending credits you should watch. We enjoy coming back to watch Jackie's films often.
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After seeing a mention of "Under the Skin", possibly in the thread regarding "The I-Land", I had to see it. Terrible, terrible movie. One of the reviews said it was the confusing, convoluted type of movie that serious movie critics and art majors would love because they can derive whatever meaning they want from it. It made me think of art snobs debating the message conveyed in a Jackson Pollock painting. Other than Scarlett Johansson (why isn't it Johansdottir?) being completely naked, there are zero redeeming qualities to be found.

I found myself constantly looking to see how much of this "movie" was left until I was done. I don't know about the rest of you, but I really don't like movies where I need to read some film critic's analysis to even figure out what the hell is going on in a movie. Honestly, aside from the special effects sequences, it looks like a film major's senior project. I struggled to see where the ~$13M budget went to, unless ScarJo got paid $12.9M of it. I want to be entertained or moved, emotionally, when I watch a movie, not interpret what some director was trying to convey on a sub-sub-subconscious level. Or maybe I'm just dumb. Yeah, I'm dumb. Too dumb to watch "art" onscreen.
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Probably one of my top 5 horror films I have. The short comic relief is off, but I guess its cultural. If you can take subtitles its a good watch. Good tension and writing. Slightly long in the tooth but not enough to be detrimental.


Amazing movie, didn't expect it to be this good at all!!

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Nice @Balbolito, I just watched First Blood yesterday. What did you think of Last Blood?
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Thanks, well its a Rambo movie, lots of action nothing much else. if you like the whole series i guess you would like this too.

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Thanks again @Balbolito. I am going to watch Rambo 2008 in 4K UHD this week, and then maybe this weekend try to catch Last Blood. Why not right? I have seen them all, so might as well finish it out.
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Naked Tango (1990) YouTube Directed by Leonard Schrader (R.I.P.). Cinematography by Juan Ruiz Anchía ('Glengarry Glen Ross'). Editing by Debra McDermott. Music by Thomas Newman ('Passengers', 'Spectre', 'Bridge of Spies', 'Skyfall', 'The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel', 'Revolutionary Road', 'Cinderella Man', 'Road to Perdition', 'Erin Brockovich', 'The Green Mile', 'American Beauty', 'The Shawshank Redemption', 'Scent of a Woman','The Player', 'Fried Green Tomatoes').

For the curious only, sinister 1920s Argentina, starring Vincent D'Onofrio, Mathilda May, Fernando Rey (R.I.P.), Esai Morales.

Thomas Newman would follow his father's success and become one of the greatest film composers.

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Naked Tango (1990) YouTube Directed by Leonard Schrader (R.I.P.). Cinematography by Juan Ruiz Anchía ('Glengarry Glen Ross'). Editing by Debra McDermott. Music by Thomas Newman ('Passengers', 'Spectre', 'Bridge of Spies', 'Skyfall', 'The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel', 'Revolutionary Road', 'Cinderella Man', 'Road to Perdition', 'Erin Brockovich', 'The Green Mile', 'American Beauty', 'The Shawshank Redemption', 'Scent of a Woman','The Player', 'Fried Green Tomatoes').

For the curious only, sinister 1920s Argentina, starring Vincent D'Onofrio, Mathilda May, Fernando Rey (R.I.P.), Esai Morales.

Thomas Newman would follow his father's success and become one of the greatest film composers.

Interesting that a film called 'Naked Tango' has a female actor who's known for another naked role...
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Probably one of my top 5 horror films I have. The short comic relief is off, but I guess its cultural. If you can take subtitles its a good watch. Good tension and writing. Slightly long in the tooth but not enough to be detrimental.


You should cross-post this in the horror thread

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In the Tobe Hooper masterpiece Lifeforce (1985). That also earned a generous 6.1 from IMDb. Dune (1984), though, whips 'em both with 6.5.


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Curious, as to what Rambo aficionados call his best work, 1 or 2? IIRC for a long time it was 1, but their seems to now be upsurge for 2, wrong?

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