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    Two of my favorites for switched off enjoyment Lars. What a shame that they spoilt it with HA 3

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    What about Home Alone 4, the John Watt hermitage?

    I got movied up again, a local flat screen and furniture rental-purchase store going through movie stock,
    putting out movies for sale, 99 cents each or two for $1.79. I bought twenty, most looking brand new.
    Last night I watched "Returner", interesting for an action flick, I think Japanese.
    One of the last humans left, a younger woman, comes back from 2088 when aliens are destroying mankind,
    trying to intercede when the first contact was made, trying to change it so there is no alien attack.
    You got triad action, nuclear plant action, oil rig action, creative versions of standard science fiction.
    And the movie shoves things in your face to gross you out a little, having fun with the whole process,
    like juicy, up close lips on an old woman, slurping down noodles.

    One of my New Year's resolutions is to get a back-up DVD player, and keep a collection of DVD's, especially music.
    DVD's and CD's are disappearing around here, everyone using signals or carrying chains of sticks,
    but I like to have it together where all I need to make my equipment work is plugging into electricity.
    No cable, no TV antenna, just a DVD and VHS player through my 48" Panasonic Cinematic HD TV,
    that I got for free. You can't sell a TV or new mattress around here, social service agencies giving them away.

    Has anyone watched "The St. Lawrence Seaway, an overview of a vital North American waterway?"
    You can see some of my bike-hiking areas when they cover the Niagara Peninsula.
    I'm waving hello up at you.

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    THE HOBBIT, PARTS 1 AND 2.
    What a shame that they left so much out of Lord of the Rings, but have padded The Hobbit so much. Still an enjoyable watch so far

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    Via Netflix, Valhalla Rising, starring Mads Mikkelsen, Maarten Stevensen and Gordon Brown. A very mystical film, which in places reminded me of Aguirre: Wrath Of God. Explores the eternal conflict between one people's "paganism" and another's "one true religion", set against the backdrop of the Crusades and exploration of the New World. Stark landscape and dialogue throughout. One in the end has to wonder if the "protagonist" of the story--a superhuman one-eyed warrior who cannot be defeated--is a god or a devil, or perhaps both.
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    Via Netflix, Transcendence, starring Kate Mara, Johnny Depp, Rebecca Hall, Morgan Freeman, Cole Hauser Paul Bettany and Cillian Murphy {I could have sworn that he's Eric Roberts}. Explores the possibility/ probability of computers assuming human characteristics and feelings by "uploading" a dying Depp's persona into a quantum computer. Interesting concept, but there were too many gaps in logic, at least for me.
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    The Score, starring Edward Norton, Robert DeNiro, Marlon Brando and Angela Basset. Tremendous turn by Norton as a supposed physically challenged person, and by DeNiro and him as two reluctant partners in a scheme to rob the Quebec customs house of a priceless ornament. In the end, it is the double crosser who gets crossed. Well done.
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    Beowulf and Grendel, starring Gerard Butler. Provides the "back story"--which the epic poem doesn't--of why Grendel has become such a monster. Beautifully haunting landscapes of snow and barrenness. Good story and movie.
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    Solomon Kane, starring James Purefoy, Pete Postelwaite and Rachel Hurd. Somewhat one-dimensional, as our hero seems to have more lives than the proverbial cat, also with suggestions of his being a Jesus like being who escapes his Crucifixion to eventually win out over evil. I enjoyed it, though.
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    Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
    One of the greatest buddy movies ever. Marvelous photography and scenery, great script and two of the most charismatic actors of the time.

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    Hello I'm looking for the opening soundtrack of the following f1 documentary. Sounds like Rah Band, any clue about it, would be very appreciated. A few years ago i heard the same song as at the closing credits of a documentary related to the comic books. http://youtu.be/7MYjn4-1ssY

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    Quote Originally Posted by teddy View Post
    Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
    One of the greatest buddy movies ever. Marvelous photography and scenery, great script and two of the most charismatic actors of the time.

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    Absolutely. Both the beginning--where Newman kicks Lurch "where he lives"-- and the end, when he and Redford are about to jump off the cliff into the raging waters below, are classics, and alone worth the price of admission. I thought they were also great together in The Sting, with Robert Shaw. Did you ever catch that one Ted?
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    I'm onto disc # 3 of the complete season 4 of Game of Thrones, via Netflix, Bluray. Should be viewing this tonight, and I'll have the fourth and final disc--hopefully--by this Friday. Tremendous job all around, with both the film and the books. I'm in love with both Cersei and Daenerys!
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    Yes I did see it Steve. Very good as well.

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    The last I actually watched was "Coco", and also the last from the Predator films.....totally different feelings I should say
    The first was deep and breathtaking, while the next just pass through

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    'The Time Machine' - the 2002 version. Obviously it differs a lot from the H. G. Wells novella, but we thought it was very good. Some great ideas about time travel, and the Morlocks were terrifying.
    Carrying a torch for Classical Music...

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