Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by MilesSmiles, Nov 22, 2013.
Christmas In Boston...
Out of the 400 'maybe about 50, yikes !!!
Over the last few days
Zero Dark Thirty
Rise of the Dark Knight
The Lincoln Lawyer
that's why I keep what I have...sellers remorse!
It was great getting blu rays a couple of years ago,the novelty has worn off.
Get the odd HBO series' Game Of Thrones etc.. HD picture is worth the big modern production stuff re; BD.
After 5 years here, it still hasn't " worn off." I've just started the Steven Spielberg Director's Collection 1971-1997, and Duel looks and sounds like never before, and I watched it as a TV movie in 1971. Next week, it's Batman, the 1966 television series.
yes, I have a few seasons on DVD.
That Speilberg box looks tempting.
Just might snag me it.
that I do not have...it ended so badly I rather not own it.
Game Of Thrones and MAd Men new seasons should be available soon.
I'm starting slowly on GOT..if I find a season used i buy it.
Across 110th Street with Anthony Quinn and Yaphet Kotto was last night's 70's, racial tension, police and mob action thriller. Bobby Wommack does the music. It's a relic kind of film. You couldn't make this film now. Quinn produced it. He worked so hard to suppourt all those wives and children!
Yeah, political correctness pretty much killed anything remotely like these films. In many ways I think the 70s were the most "adult" in the entire history of film. We've been on a PG-13 slide since the 80s.
Need for Speed meh!
The Santa Suit...Kevin Sorbo.
Tonight we watched The Grand Budapest Hotel. It dragged on a bit too long, but was mostly interesting and quirky entertaining.
Christmas Snow...Sid Caesar!
The Fitzgerald Family Christmas...excellent! Ed Burns did a fine job in writing and directing this Christmas Movie...
Time of the gypsies "
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