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Films you've watched recently, ideal for some ATM CV19

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Kursk : the last mission - 8/10 touching no spoilers but gripping.

My wife and I have put a list of 6 films on a bit of paper, 3 each, and when we have a film night, we drawer one out and have both agreed to watch if it is our choice. This was the first one and she said she was totally absorbed even though it wasn't a film she would have chosen.
Obviously this was first one out.

The others:

Rush, The Great escape

Playing for Time, Get On Up, The Kominsky Method
 

Rayleigh boy

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whoever recccomended KAJAKI ..

Thank you very much. Not easy but a proper watch ...

And dear Shrimpers a bit of a day for me as my book is coming out .. indie press etc
but if you are interested here it is ...

I am not sensitive so rip the **** or post a slagging onn Amazon ;-)

but enjoy .. it might make you think ..




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MK Shrimper

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Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarves - odd but not unenjoyable kids animation from Korea. 6/10
 

MK Shrimper

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Always tell people my favorite film of all time is Angel Heart with Mickey Rourke. Haven't seen it for at least 20 years, but just remember it being really moody and atmospheric and very watchable..
It's a good 'un without a doubt. Lisa Bonet is one hot tamale :Smile:
 

kaymac

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Always tell people my favorite film of all time is Angel Heart with Mickey Rourke. Haven't seen it for at least 20 years, but just remember it being really moody and atmospheric and very watchable..
Good film though have no regard for Mickey Rourke as a person.
 

united we stand

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Just watched “ Jungle” on amazon prime with daniel Radcliffe.
I had never heard of it but it sounded interesting.
It’s a true story of a guy(s) who gets lost in the Amazon

Really impressed, well worth a watch, better than I expected. Make sure you watch the titles at the end.

Uplifting and sad at the same time

Has made me want to now go and google more about the main characters.
 

Tangled up in Blue

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whoever recccomended KAJAKI ..

Thank you very much. Not easy but a proper watch ...

And dear Shrimpers a bit of a day for me as my book is coming out .. indie press etc
but if you are interested here it is ...

I am not sensitive so rip the **** or post a slagging onn Amazon ;-)

but enjoy .. it might make you think ..




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Got a copy in my Amazon basket.Will order soon when I come across something else that also looks well worth a read.
 
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Tangled up in Blue

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Always tell people my favorite film of all time is Angel Heart with Mickey Rourke. Haven't seen it for at least 20 years, but just remember it being really moody and atmospheric and very watchable..
Wonderful film.I always maintain that Alan Parker was chosen to direct Mississippi Burning, a few years later,on the strength of the deep South scenes in AH.
 

MK Shrimper

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Pachamama - Animation set in the Andes at the time of the Spanish invasion. Very enjoyable - on Netflix. 7/10
 
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