The last movie you watched?

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10 years 1 month ago #31 by ConcertForGeorgeNut
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Spaceballs - an old favourite Mel Brooks comedy

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10 years 1 month ago #32 by ConcertForGeorgeNut
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For later on today, I have the DVD of Galaxy Quest ready to go :)

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10 years 1 month ago #33 by ConcertForGeorgeNut
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For later on today, I have The Life Of Brian to look forward to :laugh:

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10 years 1 month ago #34 by sozzled
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Y'know? We have hardly watched any movies for ages. The last movie that I remember watchin' was Kiss the Girls (with Morgan Freeman and Ashley Judd) a couple of nights ago. The movie was OK, I s'pose. (Memsahib was irritated - because she's read the book written by James Patterson - by wrongly casting Morgan Freeman to the role of Dr. Alex Cross). :up: from me and :S7: from SWSBI
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10 years 1 month ago #35 by ConcertForGeorgeNut
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Hey, guess what !! Last night, I watched, from start to finish, what I would call a "serious" movie (I guess Spaceballs and Galaxy Quest just don't make it into that category :laugh: )

The film I watched last night on ABC 2 was 10 Rillington Place, starring Richard Attenborough and John Hurt. Made in 1970, and set in London during the 1940s, and about a not very uplifting subject, for me, the movie maintained a gripping, dark mood throughout. An hour and a half well-spent.

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