The Last non-Monster movie you have watched?

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Hepcat

Sergeants 3 (1962)





Yeah, yeah, a lot of big name actors but still disappointing compared to the spaghetti westerns that exploded onto movie screens just a few years later.

:-\

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Mike Scott

Quote from: Hepcat on February 05, 2022, 11:46:47 PM
Decent though not among the best Charles Bronson movies.


Would have been if there was a scene that looked like that poster!  ;D
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Quote from: Mike Scott on February 06, 2022, 11:37:37 AMWould have been if there was a scene that looked like that poster!  ;D

Actually the white bison itself was a truly fearsome beast and as such very well done.

:)
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Quote from: Hepcat on February 05, 2022, 11:46:47 PM
The White Buffalo (1977) - Trailer



Decent though not among the best Charles Bronson movies.

:-\

I saw that at a drive-in around 1978 I think.  Don't remember much - it was the '70s after all.  ;)
Paul

Hepcat

Return from the Ashes (1965)





A thriller! Really, really good!

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Cinema Paradiso, 1988 - Successful movie director tells the story of his childhood and learning to love movies and the effect they can have on people.

One of the most nostalgic and sweet films ever made.  It would have been magic to live the little boy's life.

I was lucky enough to make friends with a projectionist at a crumbling "art house" theater as an adult.  I did not have a TV at the time and used the old theater as my major form of entertainment.  I was there three nights a week - often re-watching old or foreign films that I had already seen.  The college student projectionist would invite me in to watch the movie through the tiny projectionist's booth windows with him and we would discuss the movie being shown or his latest film school project - while he changed reels, rewound film, threaded the complicated machines, swapped out rods for the carbon arc lamps in the rickety old projectors and spliced worn films.

I miss those days.  This movie reminds me of them.
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Quote from: marsattacks666 on February 20, 2022, 11:32:18 AM
Rear Window(1954) 

True classic.  So many movies and parodies inspired by it over the years.

Every see The Bedroom Window, 1987 with Steve Guttenberg and Elizabeth McGovern?  (Better than you would expect.)
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Quote from: Monsters For Sale on February 20, 2022, 11:51:37 AM
True classic.  So many movies and parodies inspired by it over the years.

Every see The Bedroom Window, 1987 with Steve Guttenberg and Elizabeth McGovern?  (Better than you would expect.)

Yes. My Wife and I watched the Bedroom Window a few months ago. Incidentally, many decades ago, I got to see the film in a theater apon its release.
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