Discussion in 'Movies' started by Mel O'Drama, Sep 24, 2016.
The Spy Who Loved Me.
Friday the 13th (1980)
Ki... ki... ki... ki...
Ma... ma... ma... ma...
It’s been many years since I’ve watched, but Manfredini’s score pops into my head every time I even read the name.
For Your Eyes Only.
I love the soundtrack from this movie and to be honest, i like the end title song from the movie when Alice sleeps in the boot, i listen a lot to it when i go out jogging.
Next weekend i wanne see part 2 and 3 from Friday the 13th.
Our Town (1940)
A long time ago I saw an episode of Head of the Class where the kids put on Our Town as the school play. Since then I've been curious about it but only now have had the opportunity to see the film. The screenplay was co-written by the playwright, Thornton Wilder, and is quite stagey in presentation, with the fourth wall being broken frequently, so I assume it's close to how it was originally produced. As an added bonus it has a young Martha Scott (Dallas's Patricia Shepard) in the lead.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters
As a popcorn movie I enjoyed this one.
Margi Clarke was brilliant in this underrated gem as was the entire supporting cast. Granted the film is much better in the first half but an enjoyable ride nonetheless.
A View To A Kill.
The Living Daylights.
Friday the 13th - part 2 (1981)
I wasn't sure where this was going at first, but the pieces slowly fell together until the ending seemed almost predictable.
Arizona. Absolutely hilarious for the most part.
License To Kill.
Friday the 13th - part 3 (1982)
Tomorrow Never Dies.
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