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

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  1. Platterpus

    Platterpus Forum Resident

    The 4th Floor
  2. Jazzmonkie

    Jazzmonkie Forum Resident

    Tempe, AZ
    The TV show was "My Three Sons." It was Fred's retirement money. He only worked a few days per season, filming the majority of his scenes solo so they could be edited into shows.
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  3. moomoomoomoo

    moomoomoomoo Senior Member

    As a child - my mid 50's that show was all I knew of FM. Than I saw Double Indemnity & a few more of the Noirs & was shocked.. Even as a little kid, I despised that show; but in those days there wasn't much to watch. The script writers really screwed FM with that show.

    And sorry, I can never remember which was MTS & which was FKB. They were both God Awful.
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  6. Michael

    Michael I LOVE WIDE S-T-E-R-E-O!

    The Day After Tomorrow...
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  7. Michael

    Michael I LOVE WIDE S-T-E-R-E-O!

    a perfect Holiday movie!
  8. Jimmy B.

    Jimmy B. Senior Member

    The Last Man On Earth (1964)
  9. Scope J

    Scope J Senior Member

  10. Jimmy B.

    Jimmy B. Senior Member

    Carnival Of Souls (1962), first time in ages, first time in HD (wish I could afford the Blu-ray now)
  11. Hexwood

    Hexwood Forum Resident

    The Mortuary Collection
  12. Watched Road House in full for the first time last night. Entertaining crap. :)
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  13. Love and Monsters. Wow, this was a very enjoyable film! It really surprised me. I don’t want to say too much regarding the plot but if you enjoyed the scenes with the giant bugs in the Peter Jackson version of King Kong, along with action and a well-written and heartfelt story it’s definitely worth checking out. It’s on some of the streaming services.
  14. harmonica98

    harmonica98 Forum Resident

    London, UK
    'Rooster Cogburn' (1975) on TV - pretty thin stuff but just about worth watching for the interplay between the leads.
  15. HorseyAnn

    HorseyAnn Equine-loving rhyme-artist

    Brassed off
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  16. moomoomoomoo

    moomoomoomoo Senior Member

    Fargo S04 E02-04
  17. SirCandy

    SirCandy Well-Known Member

    I've watched this one quite a bit- great for this time of year.
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  18. MikaelaArsenault

    MikaelaArsenault Forum Resident

    New Hampshire
  19. MikaelaArsenault

    MikaelaArsenault Forum Resident

    New Hampshire
    The Music Man
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  20. longdist01

    longdist01 Forum Resident

    Chicago, IL USA
    Coco (2017)
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  21. Claus LH

    Claus LH Forum Resident

    "Martha" (1974, Fassbinder) (Netflix Streaming):

    For anyone who thinks Fassbinder's films were only dry, artsy explorations, "Martha" will set you straight.
    The closest to pure horror RWF ever did, the film plays like "Gaslight" if it had been written by Stephen King ('Martha' was based on a short story by Cornell Woolrich.)

    31-year-old virgin librarian (Margit Carstensen) winds up being "courted" by Helmut (Carlheinz Bohm, our old camera-toting friend from 'Peeping Tom') and that neither begins nor ends well.
    Martha is very much a ready target, emotionally crushed, with the implication that for her, any attention is better than none at all, even if it is nasty. Because that's what 'she deserves'...

    Fassbinder brings the full force of interpersonal horror to bear on the characters, and it makes for a film that is, a lot of times, very painful to watch.
    Much has been made of this being 'black comedy" to a point, but even with that observation, and the theatricality of some elements, the core of the film is one ugly ride, superbly done.

  22. Michael

    Michael I LOVE WIDE S-T-E-R-E-O!

    The Santa Claus
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  23. jhm

    jhm Forum Resident

    A great slice of 80s cheese. I own the Blu Ray (that comes in a red case for some reason). Brad Wesley has to be the worst name for a bad guy in history. Brad Wesley? Doesn't exactly leave you quaking in your boots. Sounds more like an 80s James Spader character. Also, the guy was tiny, older and not physically imposing. Why was everyone so afraid of him? Still, the actor did a great job as the character was loathsome.
  24. moomoomoomoo

    moomoomoomoo Senior Member

    The Last Warning (1929 silent version) Flicker Alley blu-ray 5.5 /10

    I've seen a collector's print of this once before, but didn't really remember it. It's a follow up to The Cat & The Canary with the same director & lead actress. The whopping 10 minutes of extras said there was both a silent only version & a partially talky version. This one is the silent.

    Disappointing, especially for the price ($40 list, I paid $30). At the end they say it is a restoration from one 35 mm print & 1 16. I don't see any restoration on the 16mm parts; for this price, they could have at least done some digital scratch removal. Another irritating thing is that the 10 minute extra said it was similar to Cat, but Cat had comedy & this didn't. Well someone should have told the music soundtrack composer. The music is so inappropriate that in places it feels like a farce. If I'd paid $8 for this (what it's worth, I wouldn't be so upset; ut the list price is the same as a Criterion. Meh.

    I sure hope they do a better job with the upcoming Waxworks restoration. That is an important film, imo. With this order, I also bought The Man Who Laughs. Fine film, I hope the restoration is better than this one.
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  25. That's Mr. Foghat

    That's Mr. Foghat Forum Resident

    exit 7a, NJ

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