Last movie you watched?

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  1. The situational shaver

    The situational shaver Well-Known Member

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  2. Primotenore

    Primotenore missed opera tunity

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    Bruno Ganz is amazing.
     
  3. brit

    brit in a box

  4. Primotenore

    Primotenore missed opera tunity

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    Robert Duvall is amazing.
     
  5. Preacher

    Preacher Well-Known Member

    Project Power on Netflix with Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Jamie Foxx.
     
  6. stream26

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    The Emperor's New Groove. Saturday night is movie night with the kids. That movie is still as hilarious as I remember!
     
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  7. Aztecmike

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  8. Sara-s

    Sara-s This Pun for Hire

    Peabody & Sherman; lots of fun!
     
  9. Sara-s

    Sara-s This Pun for Hire

    One for the Money- based on the Janet Evanovich book of the same name. Very entertaining.
     
  10. johnnyflake

    johnnyflake Well-Known Member

    Greyhound, with Tom Hanks, in fact I watched it twice, last week. a 99% continuous action movie, about WWII Cross Atlantic Shipping.

    It's not for everyone, but if your a WWII buff, or a combat at Sea buff, this is a Great Movie!
     
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  11. Jayaruh

    Jayaruh The Cackalacky House Pet

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    That was a fine movie.
     
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  12. gorgo2

    gorgo2 geezerhood

    Hee Haw: The Motion Picture
     
  13. Primotenore

    Primotenore missed opera tunity

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    Rashomon.
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  14. gorgo2

    gorgo2 geezerhood

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  15. brit

    brit in a box

    boogie nights..
     
  16. Primotenore

    Primotenore missed opera tunity

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    That is a very interesting question and one that I hadn't even considered. One of the most interesting aspects of this film, with respect to the 4 different "versions" of the event, is the subtle ways each character changes to suit the narrator. As a huge fan of Toshiro Mifune, I was, naturally, drawn to his, what some may call: overacting. His stage present is astounding, and considering that this file is from 1950, having really just begun what would be an astounding filmography, quite unrefined. Raw, you might say. So, that "story" was quite well done. The wife's acting was over the top.
    This is a film that demands multiple viewings, so while I haven't really answered your question, suffice it to say, that Kurosawa ranks as one of my all-time favorite directors, along with John Ford, Billy Wilder, David Lean and Carol Reed.

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  17. gorgo2

    gorgo2 geezerhood

    I was kidding. It's supposed to be one of those questions that objectively can't be answered. Everybody's point of view of the event is valid...from their own POV. Unreliable narrators and all that.
     
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  18. Primotenore

    Primotenore missed opera tunity

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    :scared003:
     
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  19. gorgo2

    gorgo2 geezerhood

    This is more my speed.

     
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    gorgo2 geezerhood

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