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All the world's a stage
#1
Talking about movies, mates!

The two of us and a befriended couple??will be watching Stephen King's It part 2 at the flicks tonight in original language.??
I'm excited as can be since the remake of this stroke of genius is sort of??a childhood dream come true.





Also have watched??this year??e. g.:

Aladdin

The Lion King

Annabelle 3??(Always great when it's a Warner Brothers Production as we've visited the studios in 2017 & were told how the location from "The Conjuring" for example was reused and so on.)

Last year the most impressive ones have been??The Leisure Seeker??and the new Terence Hill movie??My name is Thomas??that was a profound homage to his old companion Bud Spencer and we were able to watch at an open-air cinema with Terence himself introducing the whole thing - who didn't grow up with his western flicks?!

So yeah, it's pretty mixed, we are mostly??into (romantic) comedies, horror, drama, action (no recent recommendation but Kingsman??1 + 2 have been quite nice).

And now of course: which are the movies you could die for??? Wink
Greetings from the KITTEN

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MOVIES!??

hmm, I know they are old but they are good movies:??
The Crow??https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0109506/??

Donnie Darko??https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0246578/?re...f_=nv_sr_1??
Hacksaw ridge??https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2119532/?re...f_=nv_sr_6
I'm a fan of MARVEL so everything from them?? Big Grin Big Grin
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#3
O wow.....

my favorite are Apocalyptic films and noir moovie neo-noir tooSmile

The Road
Mad Max 1 & 2
The Thing
The Hitcher 1986
Blade Runner and 2049 too
Dark city
Heat

And manny othersSmile


Serial
Gomorra
Dark
old Robin Hood with Claned music

Have nice watch!
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#4
I also like the MAD Max and the Thing. For The Road, I prefer the book.

kill bill v1, Invictus, pulp fiction, Forrest gump, Very bad trip,...
And i love the Spaghetti Western : the Good, the bad and the ugly.....or Once Upon A Time In The West,...

When you have to shoot, shoot. Don't talk (Tuco the Ugly)
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#5
Although there has been a movie in the end, the series has been better: Dead Like Me.
A bit morbid sometimes, always funny and offering some new angle of vision.

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#6
My favorite movie is Conspiracy Theory
I thought The Road didn't stray far from the book.
As far as Marvel, The Punisher...the original with Thomas Jane...the sequels, not so much.
War movie    Saving Private Ryan
Funny          Liar Liar and The Survivors
Horror          the original Nightmare on Elm Street
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#7
After a loooong period of no cinema option at all, respectively drive-in cinema only, yesterday was the day we've been finally able to go to the movies again  Cool

Good old Seinfeld's Laney striked again  Heart



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#8
Looks funny. 

I used to ski until lift ticket prices rivaled that of first class airline seat ticket prices. Learned down south and south east of you.
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#9
I've been never in cinemaSad.......
In Iceland loong time there wasin't cinema and we have always video-player , and here in Poland there is many cinemas but I dont have any person who wanna go with me......ehhhhhh but I'm not unhappy of thatSmile
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