What was the last movie you saw?

Cathbad

Level 30 Geek Master
Joined
Dec 9, 2015
Messages
8,587
Location
Everywhere.
Oh, here and there. This one showed up on YouTube (to which I have just recently gained access, unlike everybody else on the planet.)


It comes courtesy of something called "Horror Movie Archive" which has a large number of these things.

Horror Movie Archive
Oh, here and there. This one showed up on YouTube (to which I have just recently gained access, unlike everybody else on the planet.)


It comes courtesy of something called "Horror Movie Archive" which has a large number of these things.

Horror Movie Archive
*rushes to watch*
 

Jeffbert

Well-Known Member
Joined
Dec 23, 2011
Messages
646
I never saw The Godfather; I do not know why, as I am interested in mafia films.

Crack-Up (1946) Really glad this was Noir Alley, otherwise I might not have known that Frederic Brown wrote the novel from which it was adapted (though the credits indicated so). Pat O'Brien portrays a Museum art guy, who claims that he was a passenger on a train that had collided with another train. While he is certain of this, no such incident had occurred.

Further, he suspects that famous paintings are being stolen, and forgeries are shipped in their place, and the ships conveniently all sink with the supposed masterpieces aboard.

But, as he believes in an accident that never occurred, nobody believes him.
 

Al Jackson

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jul 28, 2018
Messages
350
After the 1933 King Kong my favorite 'giant' monster is the Korean The Host.
I love the monster who is NOT Godzilla sized and when first comes on the scene is clumsy!
I mean it even slips and falls , loved that!
It puts people into jeopardy , has a goof ball ending that does not quite work.
 

J Riff

The Ants are my friends..
Joined
Apr 11, 2010
Messages
4,557
Location
Sleeping in Lab
Terror in the Jungle 1968.... geeeeeee this one has the good and the bad in spades. Terrific Les Baxter exotica soundtrack, but three different directors, with great footage of Peru.... and then the terrible story, bad acting, and the blond kid just whines and cries, really a lot, and he is not acting as they drag him around in the jungle. Headhunters who worship INTI, can't decide whether to worship the kid, bringing him endless fruit... or stab him as a sacrifice... but, and ... never mind, anyway, the kids' toy Jaguar comes to life, saves him, a bit more awful acting goes by.... there are gator attacks, anacondas slithring about, and gosh it's terrible. "*) Oh yes, the star pop band guys in shiny green shirts play a couple o' tunes before the plane crashes.
 

Boaz

Thaphireth!
Joined
Jul 14, 2005
Messages
5,711
@jacobwatson Welcome to the Chrons. I did not get through The Shawshank Redemption in my first viewing... it was too disturbing for me.... but I really like it now that I know the ending.... Red's narration of hope.

Oh, and the last movie I watched... Role Models.

Danny: Can I get a large black coffee?
Barista: A what?
Danny: Large black coffee.
Barista: Do you mean a venti?
Danny: No, I mean a large.
Barista: Venti is large.
Danny: No, venti is twenty. Large is large. In fact, tall is large and grande is Spanish for large. Venti is the only one that doesn't mean large. It's also the only one that's Italian. Congratulations, you're stupid in three languages.
Barista: A venti is a large coffee.
Danny: Really? Says who? Fellini? Do you accept lira or is it all euros now?
 

Al Jackson

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jul 28, 2018
Messages
350
“You do not think much of me, do you, Cogburn?"
"I do not think about you at all when your mouth is closed.”

"I do not entertain hypotheticals. The world itself is vexing enough."

True Grit
 

Happy Joe

Apprentice Geezer
Joined
Feb 9, 2007
Messages
545
Location
Colorado, U.S.A.
Just watched The Meg last night; Lots of action and good effects/nice visuals
basically an updated big budget Chinese production of Jaws... With much more action (as expected in a Jason Statham flick).
Quite watchable and I will likely see it again... better than average.

Enjoy!
 

Teresa Edgerton

Goblin Princess
Staff member
Supporter
Joined
Nov 1, 2004
Messages
13,248
Location
California
Murder on the Orient Express, the one made back in the 1970's, starring Albert Finney. I had seen it before, when it first came out, but had been thinking I'd like to see it again. It loses something when you already know the answer to the mystery, but what an amazing cast!
 
Top