Discussion in 'The Chatterbox' started by fram773, May 7, 2014.
A biographical movie of JRR Tolkien ......... Very good ..... seriously very good!
James Bond ....... Dr No
The Solid Gold Cadillac- amusing pic starring Judy Holliday as a not-s-dumb-as-she-seems blonde.
She was reported to have an IQ of 172.
Yes, I’ve read that. She was quoted a saying it takes that kind of IQ to play dumb blondes. It’s not surprising. Successful comedians are often highly intelligent.
The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean
The King's Choice. Really good film.
If we're talking the last one I saw in theaters, the latest adaptation of Little Women (my aunt dragged me to it on Christmas). On DVD, Robocop (1987) director's cut. The two films I saw in theaters last year that I just loved were Shazam! and Joker, two outings from DC-Warner Bros. that went against the stale, shallow comic book movie formulas by creating sympathetic protagonists and actual threatening antagonists.
Legend. It has become one of my favorites.
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“A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood”. -very well-done. Hanks totally transformed into Fred Rogers.
Mix '70s downer nihilism with '40s gumshoe noir and you get this. Technically competent and occasionally interesting -- a cast of deeply flawed characters to identify with in one way or another but not one to actually like. No one is completely "good" here but that was probably the point. Good music too.
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. I like Quentin Tarantino movies.
just watched that,cool movie.like his others as well..
Close ,but no cigar
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