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    After crawling through a number of films that I consider penance (Gung Ho, Michael Keaton; Wise Guys, Danny DeVito and Joe Piscopo; Night Shift (couldn't get past 30 minutes), we have switched to Granada TV's The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Most of them are quite enjoyable, and the last one we watched was The Blue Carbuncle. We decided that one is for Christmastime viewing.
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    Saw this classic 1940s, RKO directed by Dorothy Arzner
    It is a disjointed, almost Brechtian movie. Cinematically speaking it's not the best. Though it has a striking Lucille Ball, a fantastic modern Ballet scene, and I'm guessing the inspiration behind Marylin Monroe's, Seven Year Itch.
    It was revived in the 1970s as a feminist film.

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    We have it! Interesting story, wonderful cast, great dressing-down of a rowdy audience by O'Hara, and a lot of almost farcical mistaken-identity scenes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yazeh View Post
    Saw this classic 1940s, RKO directed by Dorothy Arzner
    It is a disjointed, almost Brechtian movie. Cinematically speaking it's not the best. Though it has a striking Lucille Ball, a fantastic modern Ballet scene, and I'm guessing the inspiration behind Marylin Monroe's, Seven Year Itch.
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    It was revived in the 1970s as a feminist film.
    wanna to see this one movie
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sailor Kenshin View Post
    After crawling through a number of films that I consider penance (Gung Ho, Michael Keaton; Wise Guys, Danny DeVito and Joe Piscopo; Night Shift (couldn't get past 30 minutes), we have switched to Granada TV's The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Most of them are quite enjoyable, and the last one we watched was The Blue Carbuncle. We decided that one is for Christmastime viewing.
    That is the best Sherlock Holmes series I've seen. Jeremy Brett was wonderful, and Eric Porter was a perfect Moriarty. One of my favorites is The Greek Interpreter in which the actor playing one of the villains does a spot-on Peter Lorre impersonation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zhivago View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Sailor Kenshin View Post
    After crawling through a number of films that I consider penance (Gung Ho, Michael Keaton; Wise Guys, Danny DeVito and Joe Piscopo; Night Shift (couldn't get past 30 minutes), we have switched to Granada TV's The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Most of them are quite enjoyable, and the last one we watched was The Blue Carbuncle. We decided that one is for Christmastime viewing.
    That is the best Sherlock Holmes series I've seen. Jeremy Brett was wonderful, and Eric Porter was a perfect Moriarty. One of my favorites is The Greek Interpreter in which the actor playing one of the villains does a spot-on Peter Lorre impersonation.
    Ditto that! We saw The Greek Interpreter last week, but I had to laugh at the Peter Lorre impression. Now I'm looking for a movie to watch that I haven't already seen three times.
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    After crawling through a number of films that I consider penance (Gung Ho, Michael Keaton; Wise Guys, Danny DeVito and Joe Piscopo; Night Shift (couldn't get past 30 minutes), we have switched to Granada TV's The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Most of them are quite enjoyable, and the last one we watched was The Blue Carbuncle. We decided that one is for Christmastime viewing.
    That is the best Sherlock Holmes series I've seen. Jeremy Brett was wonderful, and Eric Porter was a perfect Moriarty. One of my favorites is The Greek Interpreter in which the actor playing one of the villains does a spot-on Peter Lorre impersonation.
    Ditto that! We saw The Greek Interpreter last week, but I had to laugh at the Peter Lorre impression. Now I'm looking for a movie to watch that I haven't already seen three times.
    It is a little jarring or out of place, but I still enjoyed it.
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    Point conceded! 😊
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    After crawling through a number of films that I consider penance (Gung Ho, Michael Keaton; Wise Guys, Danny DeVito and Joe Piscopo; Night Shift (couldn't get past 30 minutes), we have switched to Granada TV's The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Most of them are quite enjoyable, and the last one we watched was The Blue Carbuncle. We decided that one is for Christmastime viewing.
    That is the best Sherlock Holmes series I've seen. Jeremy Brett was wonderful, and Eric Porter was a perfect Moriarty. One of my favorites is The Greek Interpreter in which the actor playing one of the villains does a spot-on Peter Lorre impersonation.
    Ditto that! We saw The Greek Interpreter last week, but I had to laugh at the Peter Lorre impression. Now I'm looking for a movie to watch that I haven't already seen three times.
    Here's a few of the movies I've seen lately that you've probably not seen and I liked
    "West of Zanzibar" (1928)
    "Devi" (1960)
    "The Holy Man" (1965)
    "Orpheus" (1950)
    "On Approval" (1944)

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    Thanks, Lloyd. We have Orpheus; some of the others sound interesting.
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    Have you seen "The Hit" from 1984? It's one of the more modern pictures to linger on my mind. Also, if you haven't seen "Yoyo" from 1965, you should.

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    M: Yes, but that's not just saying 'No it isn't.'
    A: Yes it is!
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    Have you seen "The Hit" from 1984? It's one of the more modern pictures to linger on my mind. Also, if you haven't seen "Yoyo" from 1965, you should.

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    Fantastic movie with great work from Stamp, Hurt and Roth, though I was a little confused by the ending.
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    Just watched The Final Problem, Granada Holmes; if a cobra and a vampire bat got married and had a baby, it would be Eric Porter's magnificent interpretation of Moriarty. I was actually scared.

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    Pizza, A Love Story (free on YouTube)

    Who knew New Haven, Connecticut was the pizza capital of the world? Some quibbles, but an entertaining/interesting movie about the greatest food ever invented. I'd love to hear from anyone who has had the pizza at any of these three (Sally's, Modern or Pepe's) in this thread (https://fpgeeks.com/forum/showthread...136#post408136).

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    Two great (especially the second one) French movies from 1938: "Hotel du Nord" and "The Baker's Wife". Also, "The Ipcress Files" starring Michael Caine as a James Bond-like agent (without the gadgetry)... very good, but not as good as the two French ones.

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    Pizza, A Love Story (free on YouTube)

    Who knew New Haven, Connecticut was the pizza capital of the world? Some quibbles, but an entertaining/interesting movie about the greatest food ever invented. I'd love to hear from anyone who has had the pizza at any of these three (Sally's, Modern or Pepe's) in this thread (https://fpgeeks.com/forum/showthread...136#post408136).

    This movie is quite good.. although I prefer NY pizza more. I'm from Long Island originally and that's where I defined to myself what pizza should be.

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    Think fast, Mr. Moto. The book was a different story, but Peter Lorre is always worth watching, even when painted with barbecue sauce.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zhivago View Post
    Pizza, A Love Story (free on YouTube)

    Who knew New Haven, Connecticut was the pizza capital of the world? Some quibbles, but an entertaining/interesting movie about the greatest food ever invented. I'd love to hear from anyone who has had the pizza at any of these three (Sally's, Modern or Pepe's) in this thread (https://fpgeeks.com/forum/showthread...136#post408136).

    Afraid not but I think I need to watch this.
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    Recently watched 'The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It'! Horror movies truly come alive with a great sound system. Just got myself some new speakers from Shoppersstop.pk, and the spine-chilling experience feels incredibly real now! 🔊🎬 By the way, if you're from Pakistan, these speakers from shoppersstop.pk are worth checking out for that immersive movie experience!
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    Saw both versions of The importance of Being Earnest...


    and


    Preferred the former, the latter tried to outwit Oscar Wilde, and naturally failed

    Endured

    .. time has not been kind to this film...

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