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Sir Sammy Hain Esq.
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List the last movie you watched

On Saturday night I watched the 1962 classic To Kill a Mockingbird it was very good and was the performance that gave Gregory Peck his Oscar for best actor. It was also the first movie for Robert Duvall who would eventually get an Oscar for best actor also. Highly recommend this movie and I'm going to look at reading the novel as well.

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I just wrote on the 90's thread that we just got done watching The Day after Tomorrow, and I didn't mind it. Last night I watched Hide and Seek, it is on about every single night on a movie channel, and then after that, I started watching 9 to 5...but fell asleep half way through it.
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quote:
Originally posted by Nice Guy Sammy_Hain:
List the last movie you watched

On Saturday night I watched the 1962 classic To Kill a Mockingbird it was very good and was the performance that gave Gregory Peck his Oscar for best actor. It was also the first movie for Robert Duvall who would eventually get an Oscar for best actor also. Highly recommend this movie and I'm going to look at reading the novel as well.

OMG, I just read the book & saw the movie for my Pre-AP class at school! [Big Grin]

As for me, the last movie I watched was...The Great Mouse Detective.

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Driving Miss Daisy. Morgan Freeman is truly a great actor. I'm glad he's finally getting his props...
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Almost Heroes. It was a movie night for the girls, I guess I thought a Chris Farley comedy would set the mood. [Wink]
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Blazing Saddles. Shame Cleavon never lived to see exactly how beloved it's become.
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Lovesick with Dudley Moore and Elizabeth McGovern. It kinda sucked [Frown] ! You win some, you loose some.
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CURIOUS GEORGE and believe it or not it was GOOD!
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Who's that Girl with Madonna. Not as great as I remembered it being but still entertaining.
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i watched . rugrats decade in diapers on saturday while babysitting and bedknobs and broomsticks and on sunday i watched my little pony end of flutter valley
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Right Now I'm Watching..

Parenthood (i dont have kids so i dont know i'm watching this movie [Confused] ) Steve Martin is funny though.

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I watched "The Bourne Identity" last night.
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Okay I am not happy to admit this but the last movie that I watched was Son of the Mask last night. Don't ask...it wasn't my choice!
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quote:
Originally posted by MotleyRulz:
Driving Miss Daisy. Morgan Freeman is truly a great actor. I'm glad he's finally getting his props...

without a doubt one of our finest living actors
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I watched "BoyZ in the Hood" last night. It was on a movie channel, I hadn't seen it for along time, cause it is so sad to me. That movie was made at least 10 years ago, and to me it doesn't seem like society is any better, infact it seems like all that kind of life style just keeps creeping it's way in to more and more of the world, which is scary. That movie I thought was a huge wake up call, but nothing seemed to get done by it.

They glamorize being a gangster today. I see people at Wal-Mart...men with those jeans hanging off their butts, (which to me is the dumbest look I have ever seen in my life, it looks like you have no butt and that you crapped your pants-ha)-I don't find it to be a flattering look for anybody...and they have a white tank top on, in the middle of winter, and and their head shaved bald. I think..MORON.

At least gangsters from 10-20 years ago dressed so much better.

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The Amityville Horror (the new one)

On a side note...To Kill a Mockingbird was only one of two books I read all the way through for AP English. Love the book, love the movie, saw the play and loved it.

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quote:
Originally posted by mamamiasweetpeaches:
CURIOUS GEORGE and believe it or not it was GOOD!

OMG, I loved that movie! [Big Grin]
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Sir Sammy Hain Esq.
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quote:
Originally posted by Nice Guy Sammy_Hain:
List the last movie you watched

On Saturday night I watched the 1962 classic To Kill a Mockingbird it was very good and was the performance that gave Gregory Peck his Oscar for best actor. It was also the first movie for Robert Duvall who would eventually get an Oscar for best actor also. Highly recommend this movie and I'm going to look at reading the novel as well.

Just bought the book and hope to read it next week since I'll be layed up because of my surgery on Monday
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Sammy, youwill finish the book in no time. The movie was excellent too- I remember watching as a child. I also did some quotes from the book for a public speaking class I had in college.

The last two movies I watched on Sat. were Undertow, and indie starring Dermot Mulroney and Josh Lucas, and A History Of Violence, starring Viggo Mortensen. Wow, three hot guys in one night, ha,ha! Anyhoo, I liked both movies. Undertow was a little slow in parts, but I find that in just about every indie movie I've ever watched. A History of Violence, is, well, let's just say it's violent! I did find it to be believable though, with the Irish Mafia coming back to claim one of their own. I really liked it, and may consider purchasing it soon.

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on the movie theaters I saw "Fun with **** an Jane" and got really bored. Didn't like it. On DVD "Superman"
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I watched Forest Gump last night.

I read/watched to kill a mockingbird at school.
Definitly one to read/watch.

Annier

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I watched "The River Wild" last night.
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The River Wild was a good one.

Let's see...I haven't watched any movies since I last posted. [Frown] I watched Xena episodes. Does that count?

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Night Watch

In the past week I must've watched near 20 films.

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I watch a film most nights if i'm not out cause most tv is rubbish. Last night i watched The Sixth Sense and half of The french lieutenants woman. I feel asleep.

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