The last movie you watched was...? (take five)

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  1. JWew

    JWew Currently thinking of a clever Custom Title...

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    Took a break from my October Horror(and Giallo)fest, and watched a great movie featuring fellow Kansas Citian - Evalyn Knapp.
    Sinners Holiday from 1930...basically known for being James Cagney's first movie (and Joan Blondell's). For me though, the main draw for repeat viewings is Evalyn Knapp...just can't take my eyes off her every scene she's in.
    Take's place in a family-run Penny Arcade, and Cagney gets mixed up in murder...only around an hour long, it a fun, quick watch.
    Warner Archive dvd has great picture and sound to boot.
     
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  6. Nodrog96

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    6.2 on IMDb? I had a feeling that would prove to be overgenerous and it was. Like watching a children's movie with a dash of PG horror (dead daughter in a crib - no spoiler as she's on the poster!).. just spotted the rating on the poster.. it wasn't even a PG! :doh:
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  8. Jazzmonkie

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    Entertaining, gonzo Japanese exploitation. I like Volume 2 bettter.
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  9. Rachael Bee

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    HBO's Truman with Gary Sinise on DVD. It's an excellent movie but the DVD is very poor looking.
     
  10. Jimmy B.

    Jimmy B. I like music; I worship no musicians.

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    In The Good Old Summertime (1949).
    Wonderful.
    Very nice musical remake of The Shop Around The Corner starring Judy Garland and Van Johnson (Buster Keaton has a small role in this).
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    Background details (there is no site like thejudyroom.com for info on her) In The Good Old Summertime – The Judy Room
    Also facts, photos from it, and a timeline for the movie.
     
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  11. Jimmy B.

    Jimmy B. I like music; I worship no musicians.

  12. Tajo1960

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  13. MikaelaArsenault

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    The Big Chill (1983)
     
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  14. Jimmy B.

    Jimmy B. I like music; I worship no musicians.

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    Easter Parade (1948)
    First time seeing it, loved it.
     
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  16. changeling69

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  17. changeling69

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    Now watching New World Order, The End... ........does it ring any bells ??!:)
     
  18. changeling69

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    ...... after I'll be watching ...
     
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  20. Someone In A Tree

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    • Fun to have John Lithgow as not a nice guy.
    • The Philadelphia location shooting was cool.
     
  21. Chazro

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    Worth - starring Michael Keaton. An interesting movie that's based on fact. Keaton's playing a lawyer who volunteered to get reparations for the 9/11 victims. Tensions run high in this most complex case. And yet, I think it was 1/2 hour too long!
     
  22. PhilBorder

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    Exorcist III. More weird than scary. William Peter Blatty has some good and interesting ideas, but his approach is often too subtle (punctuated by tropes that seem more from a grade B horror movie) for the hammy overacting. In a way, the same problem as Exorcist II - some fascinating and refreshingly sincere questions about good vs evil that are inconsistently explored. It doesn't help that Det George C Scott continues to investigate murders well after he's faced with that a supernatural reality. But it's worth seeing a more direct sequel

    BTW, if you ever get a chance to speak with a real exorcist, they'll tell you: Holy water really works.
     
  23. MikaelaArsenault

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    Fast Times at Ridgemont High
     
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  24. Tajo1960

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  25. Al Kuenster

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    I have that DVD also mine is not anamorphic just WS. I do like the film.
     

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