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Cool Films You've Seen Lately

Discussion in 'Maddrakkett's Caffe' started by Hector, Nov 5, 2016.

  1. Foal30

    Foal30 Supporting Member

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    I want to see the film about Aretha Franklin singing in a Los Angles church.
     
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    Foal30 Supporting Member

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    Last week finished Endeavour... It might have finished for good.
     
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    Sam Neil - probably NZ most famous actor
     
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    For your sci-fi kick you might try these films- I consider them B grade but fun to watch-
    Impostor
    Sceamers
     
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    This scared the crap out of me.

     
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    Nachobassman Bass, Tapas, and Rn´R!

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    Forgot to tell you I saw Tarantino's ONCE UPPON A TIME... IN HOLLYWOOD and I liked it a lot... specially the photography, the colours, them ambiences. Nice movie to clear your eyes from a "superheroes overdose". ;)

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    I'm really looking forward to seeing the new Joker film.... From what I've read, it sounds like the type of film I'll enjoy...

    I watched You Were Never Really Here the other night, tough but a good film in my opinion...
     
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    Which episode?

    According to Wikipedia, it's scheduled to continue for a another two years (if not more): List of Endeavour episodes - Wikipedia
     
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    Ok cheers
    I thought the series was due to finish with the closing of Cowley Station.
     
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    Horror movie October rolls on in my house.

    Last night I finally, after almost 40 years, got to see the second half of Alien. You see, when I was a very young child, my parents took me to a double feature at the drive in. The first movie was probably Star Wars or something, I forget. We got through the second movie up until the part when the baby alien busts out through the guy's chest cavity, and my parents were like "OK, I think that's enough" and we went home. And I never watched the film again until last night. I found it quite enjoyable, but not particularly frightening. I guess I find it hard to get creeped out about something that could only happen in deep space.

    Tonight I watched Sleepy Hollow. I can't believe it came out 20 years ago, and I'm just getting around to it now. The original story has a lot of local significance in the town where I grew up. The character Ichabod Crane was based on a schoolteacher from Kinderhook NY, who was a friend of the author Washington Irving. I once attended a grammar school called Ichabod Crane, and many local businesses have names that reference Sleepy Hollow in one way or another. There is a real Sleepy Hollow as well, but it's quite a bit further south than Kinderhook. Anyhow, as you might expect from Tim Burton, the film is more stylish than scary, but it's a great bit of fun.
     
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    My lord, you just watched all of Alien? So I’m guessing you’ve never seen any of the sequels? Aliens is one of my fave movies, though it is very different from Alien.
     
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    No, I've never seen any of the sequels. I guess I'll have to add Aliens to my queue.
     
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    It’s much more of an action movie whereas Alien is more of a horror/suspense film. But a great fun movie, with a million quotable bits, half of them from the great, late Bill Paxton
     
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