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    My favorite really old movie is Penny Serenade. Seems to always be on around the holidays. I just dearly love each and every character in it. I always laugh and cry watching it. Old movies were so good at taking their time to build the story. And the long spells of no dialogue or music are also awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZabriskiePoint
    ^That's what you call really old???? Oh dear...
    lol, yeah. As opposed to one made in this century.

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    That's ridiculous, this century is only 14 years old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chalet View Post
    Watching Airplane! It's so non pc for today, so great.

    Peter Graves keeps asking a young boy if he likes seeing pics of naked men and gladiators.
    That movie cracked me up. I thought it was hilarious when I was a kid (yeah, I had those parents), but watching it now makes me realize how much went over my head!! Even John Hughes movies. Those movies were made for teens and young adults and they were so much more sophisticated than most of the stuff tha comes out now. They would never make a teen movie where kids smoke pot, have sex, get drunk, and give their underpants to a geek
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeyotch View Post
    That's ridiculous, this century is only 14 years old.
    This century can't even get a learner's permit!

    (But it's probably responsible enough to own a cell phone.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeyotch View Post
    That's ridiculous, this century is only 14 years old.
    I do consider movies made over 40 years ago old compared to movies made in the last 14 years.

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    Lusitania: Murder on the Atlantic. Cheesy UK TV movie available on YouTube. The only thing that made it remotely interesting is that it had that guy in it from Sliding Doors who fell in love with Fishsticks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chartreuse View Post
    Boyhood. This is Linklater's masterpiece, as risky as it all was. He nailed it. Patricia Arquette was incredibly raw.

    Guardians of the Galaxy. Very un-Marvel-movie-like, so I loved it. It had heart and didn't take itself too seriously, something that big-budget comic book movies usually suck at. I hope it becomes the Star Wars of my son's generation, but maybe that's my optimistic geek side talking.
    i need to see both of those. especially boyhood.

    Quote Originally Posted by KrisNine View Post
    That movie cracked me up. I thought it was hilarious when I was a kid (yeah, I had those parents), but watching it now makes me realize how much went over my head!! Even John Hughes movies. Those movies were made for teens and young adults and they were so much more sophisticated than most of the stuff tha comes out now. They would never make a teen movie where kids smoke pot, have sex, get drunk, and give their underpants to a geek
    lol i had those parents too. 'airplane', woody allen movies, top secret, the three amigos, dirty rotten scoundrels, so many awesome comedies that i watched with my parents, and then watched again years later and realised half the story went over my head.
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    Drop Dead Gorgeous. Haven't seen it in years, still funny. Kirsty Allie is funny and I forgot Denise Richards was her daughter in it. Her dancing with a cut-out Jesus is classic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHELLEE View Post
    Drop Dead Gorgeous. Haven't seen it in years, still funny. Kirsty Allie is funny and I forgot Denise Richards was her daughter in it. Her dancing with a cut-out Jesus is classic.
    When that one girl got hit on the head with the spotlight cracked me up. And when Kirstie's character's daughter got blown up. I'm twisted like that though.
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    I'm twisted too. The girl that got blown up on the tracker was priceless. My favorite line "Amber didja get my smokes?!" Ellen Barkin was great.
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    Man, can you believe that "Django Unchained" and "12 Years a Slave" were on at the same time tonight? I had never seen any of "12 Years" and only the second part of "Django". I had to keep hitting the "last channel" button so that I could try to watch both. Both of them are just brutal.

    With "Django" at least you get to see some gory vengeance. Jamie Fox was great. DiCaprio really chewed the scenery. Christoph Walz was terrific. I cannot believe all the b-movie actors that Tarantino managed to jam in there - Don Johnson, Don Stroud (I thought he died 20 years ago - seriously), Tom Wopat, Dennis "Breaking Away" Christopher, Russ and Amber Tamblyn, Bruce Dern, Lee "Matt Houston" Horsley. Holy crap - he even had Jesus Christ in there (Ted Neeley from "Jesus Christ Superstar"). He must have been paying everybody scale except for the top 5 billed actors.

    "12 Years" was very tough to watch. Unrelenting. Chewitel Ejiofor was just amazingly expressive. And Fassbender's character was just a sadistic psychopath. Very bittersweet ending.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHELLEE View Post
    I'm twisted too. The girl that got blown up on the tracker was priceless. My favorite line "Amber didja get my smokes?!" Ellen Barkin was great.
    I sure could watch that again.

    I was also the only one who laughed in the audience when I first saw The Color Purple - remember the scene were Harpo beans Celie with that rock when Mister brings her home? LOVE IT!!!!
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    Zombieland. Great characters, fun story, and Bill Fucking Murray. Loved it.

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    Dom Henessy. UK gangster caper. Jude Law is good (shades of Don Logan in Sexy Beast) and Richard E Grant is wonderful as usual. Not much of a story line but the acting makes up for that.
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