Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by BlueStuff, Oct 8, 2017.
Shawshank Redemption for the umpteenth time.
Mr. Holland's Opus.
I just got amazon prime so --- I watched "Captain America" ..a movie I had missed way back when and such was lots of action..
Tonight I watched "American Hustle"
Starring The Bale, The Adams, The Cooper, The Lawrence and The Renner.
Very good, if a little confusing.
The Boatniks. A 1970 Disney movie.
Went out to AMC Lufkin Monday for a double feature of Yellow Rose and The War with Grandpa.
The Mule - I loved it...more than Gran Torino actually!
Rewatched Toy Story 2, what a great film, in itself and as a sequel to the first and as a film for all ages.
I watched an old TV movie called "Without Warning", largely because I saw John de Lancie in the cast. And given how it ended, it's lucky that Q was there to help us.
Went to see The Kid Detective at AMC Lufkin yesterday.
Not exactly a movie, Batman 1943 serial.
First Blood (1982) on Blu-ray.
Quite a compelling movie. That was well written, beautifully shot and the cast all turned in great performances, especially Stallone.
Burn After Reading. Felt like I wanted to burn after watching. I hate movies that don't have actual endings.
Picked up The Incredible Hulk on blu ray at Best Buy yesterday, for just $9.99.
Watched it last night, still one of my favorite MCU movies.
Rambo: First Blood Part II
Again, not exactly a movie, Batman & Robin, 1949 serial.
I've been thinking about the movie Caveman (1981 Ringo Starr, Shelley Long, etc) for a while and was surprised it had gotten a blue-ray release so I picked it up from ebay for about $20.
I even had time to do the first clip.
Those things really couldn't handle their berries.
Rambo III (the naming conventions on these films make no sense) on Blu-ray.
Entertaining, but more "America! Fuck Yeah!!!" than the first two entries.
Went out to see it at the Cinemark Lufkin earlier tonight, and now I've seen all four movies of the franchise on the theater screen.
My Halloween watchlist this year was bookended by rewatches of Beetlejuice and Bram Stoker's Dracula, with first time watches of Eli Roth's History of Horror (season 1), Rob Zombie's House of 1,000 Corpses, and the Peter Cushing classic Island of Terror.
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