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What Was The Last Movie You Watched

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Tell us what the name of the last movie you watched.
Give us a photo or poster of it if you wish.
Did you like or dislike it, do you think others should watch it ?
 

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I found The most wonderful time of the year pretty good....had a few laughs in it. Ya should look this one up and watch for the holiday season, I think you will like it.
 

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i dunno where'd i'd find a photo of it to be honest, but it was the (1929) film Behind the Curtain and though it's the earliest Charlie Chan Film that survives. the first two are at present time lost. it was a horrible film. horribly acted, horribly written, Boris Karloff is in it in a small role and he's awesome in it. it's also his 1st talkie as well. only bright side of the film. other than that the film was simply dreadful. in fact i gave a review of it on IMDB OT. you should check it out. it's no doubt the newest post on there i use a different user name on there.
 

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Here ya go WH.....

Behind That Curtain is a 1929 American mystery film directed by Irving Cummings, starring Warner Baxter and featuring Boris Karloff.[1] It was the first Charlie Chan film to be made at Fox Studios. It was based on the novel of the same name. Charlie Chan is played by Korean American actor E. L. Park, gets one mention early in the film, then makes a few momentary appearances after 75 minutes.

Producer William Fox chose this film to open the palatial Fox Theatre in San Francisco on June 28, 1929. It was a sound film.


 

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John McClane (Bruce Willis) travelled to DC with his kids to visit his in-laws for Christmas. His wife Holly (Bonnie Bedelia) is on the plane and on her way to join them, so John is waiting at the airport to pick her up. Also en route to the airport in DC is General Esperanza (Franco Nero), a drug lord being extradited to the US. As Holly’s plane is delayed, John stumbles upon a plan by Colonel Stuart (William Sadler) to free Esperanza and tries to stop them.
 

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Found this to be mighty fine show

A marksman living in exile is coaxed back into action after learning of a plot to kill the President. Ultimately double-crossed and framed for the attempt, he goes on the run to find the real killer and the reason he was set up
 

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actually Chan 1st came in at 78 minutes i checked the time when i was watching it. i haven't watched anything since though
 

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Ghostbusters, i haven't watched this in QUITE a long time. man it's hard to believe it's 30 years old now. i saw this sucker in the theatre!
 

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a movie called honeymoon of Horror. and it came out in (1964) these type of films are WHY i download films. even if others don't ilke to do so and are trying to stop it. they should than go out and buy this film and 'The velvelt vampire' (1971) as they are films they no doubt will like. as for me? honeymoon of horror is a terrible film. and i'm soo thrilled i never did spend a cent on it cause it's THAT BAD! the acting was poor, though i've seen far far far worse acting to be fair.

the execution was terrible as well. it's about this woman who married this i think mexican guy and it was after like a day or so after meeting him i forget the time frame. and all his friends are uh ok. some try to sleep with her or attack her. than you see someone is stalking her and it's done poorly. they also have a scene where she's swimming and some wire comes loose and ends up in the pool. that's done poorly as well. you don't really get a feeling that she may be in danger through most of the film cause it's done soo poorly. you learn the husband

has a brother who was put into an asylum as he was mad. screw it i think IMDB gave this a 2.3? or a 3.3? it's that bad i'm going to say the end of it to prevent others from seeing it. it was the husband with a split personality apparently. that i didn't see coming but honestly i wasn't thinking about it either.

by that point i didn't care what was happening to her nor if she lived or died the character is that bland and unrelatable. sorry for my bad spelling.

they also say oh she's this good looking. the woman who plays her isn't ugly at all by any means. but she's not a woman that would be considered a 10 by any means. the only part i was laughing a little bit was she runs into a diner and some waitress is wearing the type of glasses well a woman from (1964) would wear and yes i am aware that's when that was filmed. one wonders what reaction they'd get if someone would wear those today.

i get a kick out of the style's from each era no matter how bad or good they are. that's my point. i dunno what i'm going to be watching next though. if it's a better film than i won't be saying how it ends. this was just a little B film that no doubt most people haven't heard of before.

if you want a great B film to watch you should watch Nightmare Castle and oldie From (1965) that i posted on here that was a great film.
 

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i've watched quite a few of them this week. but the best horror film i've watched this week i watched is called Happy Birthday To Me. a classic from (1981) a film every horror film should watch
 

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i watched a really fine movie today at the theatre called "Love And Mercy' it's about the life of Brian Wilson of the beach boys. worth a watch by the way
 

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I have watched a couple of movies this week as i haven't had good internet.

I thought San Andreas was a good movie but i did think they went overboard with the special effects. Some of them were just tooooooo unreal lol but thats my opinion
 

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Wow, I gotta watch that "tomorrowland" movie...it looks good.




I saw the "Avengers: Age of Ultron" last. I think that might possibly be the best superhero movie that I've ever seen.
 
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really? i haven't seen that one yet. the last one i saw was 'Love and Mercy' the Brian Wilson Bio and it was a good one. i saw that on June 5th opening Day and it was the 1st showing of it too!
 

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well last night i watched 2 more 1. really good one that you should ALL check out and that's (1955)'s Female Jungle' though it sounds like a porn as i was telling someone at work today and it's not. it's a John Carradine film and he's damn good in it too. a MUST see it's a little over an hour but a must see. and than a really bad one called "The Cyclops with Lon Chaney Jr. from (1957) man was that an awful film
 

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Two really good ones last nite, The Black Torment as i posted about in the SB the reason i did was because that was the 1st film i saw in quite awhile well since i watched Deadpool about a month or so ago that i really loved and i didn't expect to. the other one that i loved was Blood & Black Lace. from (1964) a Mario Bava film. watch the subtitled version folks. a really damn good film.
 

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The last movie I watched was 2012 with John Cusack, Danny Glover, Chiwetel Ejiofor just the thought of something like that happening is really crazy.
 

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that one i heard is a piece of crap. but i to be fair have never seen it. and you are right those films like that are fun to watch but to live through that i hope we never find out man
 
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