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    What movies have you watched recently?


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    Barrio Tales. It was kinda trippy. I would recommend for any horror a la Tarantino fans out there.

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    Blackout, also known as Murder By Proxy, is a good movie made by Hammer Films in 1954.

    "A drunk and down-and-out Casey Morrow (Clark) in London is approached by a young and beautiful heiress, Phyllis Brunner (Lee,) with an offer of lots of money if he will marry her. He accepts, but then wakes up the next morning in some other woman's apartment with blood on his coat from the murder of Brunner's father. Now he must unravel the mystery to clear his name, which leads him into a twisted labyrinth of encounters with various suspicious characters who seem to make his situation worse the more he learns." -- Wikipedia

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    I just went to see Neighbors, terrible. Almost un-watchable. Almost walked out.

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    "In San Francisco, a psychopathic gangster and his mentor retrieve heroin packages carried by unsuspecting travelers." --IMDB

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    Slice-of-life hitman movie with a great ending.


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    The Counselor. Pretty horrible. Cameron Diaz reading lines written by Cormac McCarthy is painful.

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    John Wayne The Cowboys.

    "I had my leg broke once and mah back broke twice. and on my worst day I could beat the hell outta you."
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    Quote Originally Posted by canwilf View Post
    The Last Samurai. Old movie but it never gets old.
    Old?.............
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    And there will come a day when our ancestors look back...........

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    Maybe meant 7 Samurai ...... ?

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    I would consider 11 years old for a movie. It's not like it just made it to cable. Unless he is talking about the 1991 POS with the same title...
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    "An allegory for Communism and McCarthyism; the traits of being 'one of them' is being cold, unable to express emotion or closeness. This original film would become more and more revered and distinctive as time passed; with an added prologue and epilogue by the studio." -- AMC Filmsite

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    The material for Double Indemnity was derived from 'hard-boiled' James M. Cain's 1943 melodramatic novella Three of a Kind that first appeared in 1935 in abridged, 8-part serial form in Liberty Magazine. It was adapted for the screen by director Billy Wilder and detective novelist Raymond Chandler (who was best known for his character Philip Marlowe ...). -- AMC Filmsite


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