Movies and TV
(10/20/2009 8:08:00 PM)
Grosse Pointe Blank is an amazing movie. Very funny, but it's a dark humor. It's kinda a special movie for me. It's my mother's favorite and so it was kinda like a bonding expierence watching it together and laughing at the same things!
(10/16/2009 11:26:00 AM)
I LOVE a good comedy.I love a good movie of any hind i guess.Took my wife, back in the '70's to see a 'Foreign' movie 'PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD'.We kept
waiting for something to happen-it never did. Fortunately this occured back in the good old days of the 'double feature'.Paired with this flick was 'WHERE'S PAPA? ' with George Segal.What a treat! Ruth Gordan played his mother to a T.
If you like to laugh-Find it if you can.
Another top George Segal Comedy is 'The Dutchess and the Dirtwater Fox'co- staring the magnificent Goldie Hawn.
(10/4/2009 12:24:00 AM)
This movie called Billie Elliot is an awesome movie. About how to stand up to some things as a kid.
(10/1/2009 12:12:00 AM)
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If you have time please watch 'The Shawshank Redemption'..
It is a wonderful movie..Replies for this message:
(11/28/2009 2:08:00 AM)
yes indeed! it is a wonderful movie! ! I love the movie as much as I love Tim Robbins in it! ;)
(10/16/2009 11:08:00 AM)
Anusha- If you enjoied 'Shawshank' you will surely like 'The Green Mile' remake with Tom Hanks.
(10/8/2009 7:05:00 PM)
Anusha, I agree with you. Actually, when the movie came out it wasn't a big hit. It wasn't until years later that it began to increase in popularity. However, it currently ranks #1 on the Inter ... more
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(9/3/2009 4:00:00 PM)
2. Brazil (directors real version)
3. Tin Drum
5. Gosford Park RIP Mr. Altman.
7. The 400 Blows
Most foreign films have substance, not just box office appeal.. I will take a foreign film over a Big Buck Studio any day.
Sorry, I forgot Paris, Je T'Aime. Wonderful.
and Once. Emotional Music..Beautiful Soul.
I Am Charlie
(8/13/2009 9:37:00 AM)
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As I'm sure that some of you are aware, our dear director John Hughes has decided to vacate his seat in this dimension last week.
But I think we can agree, to some point, that he made some quality film,
and that 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' is one of those classics.
(8/8/2009 1:39:00 AM)
i think my best movie is titanic
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(7/31/2009 2:55:00 PM)
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(7/23/2009 8:02:00 PM)
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(7/18/2009 4:09:00 PM)
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Finding Forrester- an African-American high school boy, Jamal, from a low down ghetto neighbourhood, who plays basketball as a cover-up around his friends while his real passion lies in writing fiction, poetry, and short stories in his notebook comes across an old hermit-like man (played by Sean Connery) when his friends dare him to steal something from the old man's apartment to prove his bravery, accidentally leaving his backpack behind. Jamal is forced to go back for it, and finds editing notes scribbled over everything in his journals, telling him what to improve, or giving him compliments on the well-written parts. Curiosity gets the better of Jamal, and he ends up repeatedly returning to the old man, who Jamal discovers is the secluded ex-author, William Forrester. Jamal's prinicple and mother both decide to send him to a private school, to better fuel his potential, and obviously he is discriminated laregely as most of the students are high-class caucasians, and is largely opressed by an arrogant, self-centred teacher who himself is a large fan of William Forerester, and infactassings his students a research project to discover why the man never wrote more then one book. This film is brilliant, really worth a watch.