Discussion in 'Movies' started by Mel O'Drama, Sep 24, 2016.
Darkest Hour, absolutely amazing.
Oh my word what a weird film.
"Rebel Without A Cause" (1955). I had seen it before but wanted to rewatch it.
It's becomes more interesting when you pick up more of the allogories with the The Bible. I missed a lot of them when I first watched the film so had to Google them afterwards and the film made a lot more sense as a consequence.
As it went on I suspected he was Jesus, but when the baby was sacrificed I was horrified. I still don’t understand why all the people kept coming to the house so may have to do a little more research as you suggest.
SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS (1961)
Oh, Kazan, you're so good.
Drama · A middle-aged man in a stagnant marriage finds his life upended when an attractive young woman and her seemingly abusive husband move in next door.
Arlington Road. Love it every time.
1987 TV movie reuniting Mary Tyler Moore and Edward Asner.
I Tonya. It was absolutely fantastic.
The Falcon in Hollywood (1944)
Tom Conway returns with a pre-Perry Mason Barbara Hale.
The Graduate (1967) with Dustin Hoffman and the wonderful Anne Bancroft. What a classic masterpiece! The acting, writing, directing was absolutely superb.
Sommersby (1993) with Richard Gere and Jodie Foster.
According to the credits it is based on a French film called The Return of Martin Guerre but it also reminds me strongly of a British film I saw years ago called Libel which starred Dirk Bogarde.
THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA -- for the first time!
THE LORD OF THE RINGS: The Two Towers
THE LORD OF THE RINGS: The Return of the King -- the extended version for the first time!
THE INCREDIBLES -- for the first time. Really good. Edna Mode is a TRIUMPH!!
Horrible, awful - but I need something bad to balance out all the good tv series that I watch. So I rather watch a bad movie than a bad tv series.
It's one thing or another.
The Huntsman: Winter's War
The Count of Monte Cristo. Starring Richard Chamberlain
The Count of Monte Cristo. Starring Robert Donat
Thee Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. Brilliant. I'll have to rewatch it alone so I can cry freely.
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